A Detailed Look at the Nike Kobe Prelude Exhibit

December 5th, 2013 by / 5

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In 2003, Kobe Bryant – a free agent in the sneaker endorsement market – signed a deal with athletic giant Nike. The first signature model would not be unveiled until 2006 when the Air Zoom Kobe 1 would hit shelves. Since then, Nike Basketball has come forward with new designs year after year – eight in total as of this date – with the entire line at the hands of Eric Avar. As we all know, the progression of the signature shoe can be seen as a natural evolution, with certain elements carrying over from one phase to another, and with a career so illustrious like that of Kobe’s, each model has its fair share of stories to tell.

Acting as a precursor to the unveiling of the Kobe 9, Nike Basketball decided to retro the Nike Kobe signature line in an unprecedented manner; starting this Saturday, each and every signature model will release in a special edition colorway known as the Prelude, with one model owning each successive weekend date. The Nike Kobe Prelude Pack was on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art – each piece being suspended in mid-air above a platform with words that described each phase of the tranformation, We have a first-hand look at the Nike Kobe Prelude Exhibit from the Kobe 9 Media Launch Event just below, so take a look and stay tuned for the Prelude Pack release to kick off this Saturday with each version tagged with an MSRP of $200.

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FrancisKratosEnd
FrancisKratosEnd

looks like somebody´s tryin to take ova the world...but still, Mamba rockz


bdrake25
bdrake25

Anyone notice the last two pictures for the Kobe 8 Prelude are actually the Kobe 6 Prelude?  Great shoes though overall


Cpack
Cpack

Each of them tell a story, I love the theme

AntonelloSheytanov
AntonelloSheytanov

On the fifth and the sixth pctures are Kobe 8s and not the 6s. Correct it, Sneakernews! (page 7) and the same thing is on page 9 as well.

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