January 14, 2013 BY John Kim / 0
The LeBron X ‘Cork’ gave consumers an indication of what sort of unapproached direction Nike Sportswear had set for basketball shoes. The Kobe 8 EXT falls in that category of lilfestyle materials on hooping shoes, and although the VacTech molded suede upper isn’t nearly as exotic and impressive as the Cork, it’s still amazing to see that Nike’s most advanced and technical basketball shoes can double as complete off-the-court designs. This ‘Year of the Snake‘ designated release is scheduled for availability in China on the 25th of this month, so peep the gallery below and we’ll give you firm updates regarding a release in the States.
Nike Kobe 8 EXT
i dont know what's different from the other pictures SN put up, but i like these kobes. that red pops
@4U2NV it's because china has a population around 1.3billion people compared the usa 311 million. so thats why, they can sell more product over there than here. economics my boys.
@dopeman978 @4U2NV good job searching that on google...but that is not the reason. A lot of people are not able to purchase expensive shoes, specially in China. But it is where the ZODIAC signs come from...as every Kobe shoe that comes from the theme of a Chinese Zodiac, china has more in it to receive them first. Remember the States did not receive the kobe vii year of the dragon. Would you see china sell the kobe vi OC or the kobe vi east LA? No! So no economics behind this release MY BOY.