Nike Kobe 9 Elite Releasing in Kids GS Sizes

January 29th, 2014 by | 16 comments


nike kobe 9 elite kids gs sizes 01 Nike Kobe 9 Elite Releasing in Kids GS Sizes

It’s something to which we’ve become accustomed in recent years and now we have visual proof that Kobe Bryant’s newest Nike Basketball signature will be like both its predecessors and its contemporaries in offering kids sizes for selected colorways.  Here’s our first look at a Nike Kobe 9 Elite GS, which also seems to be the first time Flyknit has been made available for those smaller feet.  The kids edition of the ‘Perspective’ colorway shows us that these pairs don’t rise quite as high on the ankle as the mens, though the tongue is still pronounced beyond the majority of boys’ basketball shoes this season.  Click in to see more and stick with Sneaker News to find out which pairs get the GS treatment, and when, because as of the now the mens version of the “Perspective” is March 8th.

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 Nike Kobe 9 Elite Releasing in Kids GS Sizes

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15 comments
reiflauro
reiflauro

they don't use flyknit for GS sizes... it's engineered mesh. take a closer look.

Bighec_236
Bighec_236

This is a completely different shoe, Im gona have to see what the All Stars look like in gs be for I decide to buy my 1st ever kobe shoe.

kicks67
kicks67

If nike made the 9 just like this with hyperfuse and flywire for a lower price id copp...

DonReadyRay
DonReadyRay

One day people will realize, nike doesnt care what u think of the shoe or how it looks with your jeans lol, they care about performance and the comfort of the player the shoe is for.

JFresh_136
JFresh_136

This is how high the adults should be, and then make the higher part optional.

kicks67
kicks67

I can see my little man in these. The hight on these are better than the adult versions.

illustrain
illustrain

@kicks67 I would assume you haven't worn a pair of flyknits then.
The technology is worth the price for sure.

kicks67
kicks67

@DonReadyRay i feel you but i disagree Because as consumers we buy/ spend the money they use to cater to these athletes + R&D. The athletes who they use to help sell these shoes ugly or not to us the consumer. The athletes get paid with our money.

kicks67
kicks67

@illustrain @kicks67  I was saying this because of the price. Not everyone can afford some two hundred dollar kicks for basketball. I got some fly knit frees and i do agree they feel great but it doesnt give me any idea about how it would translate in to a basketball shoe. They make me want to run because the cushoning and the way it promotes forward motion but laterally it wouldnt work for a ball.

LUX09NC
LUX09NC

@kicks67 100% true, they have to care to a limit, no consumer=no money. Problem is the consumer now a days does not know how much power we really hold as one. So pretty much the producer has a strong hold on us an riding our a** to the bank.

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