Are Kobe 11 good for outdoor?

Are Kobe 11 good for outdoor?

The Nike Kobe 11 lasts seconds outdoors, you could probably only do two or three jab steps with these outside AT MOST before burning them out. Jokes aside, these shoes really aren’t going to last long outdoors so outdoor hoopers, this ain’t the shoe for you. Ventilation (9/10):

Are Kobe 11s comfortable?

Cushion – Much improved from the Kobe 10, the Kobe 11 is very comfortable. This is probably the most comfortable drop-in midsole since the Kobe 7.

When did Kobe 11 come out?

January 9th, 2016
The Kobe 11 is Kobe Bryant’s eleventh signature shoe with Nike. Designed by Eric Avar, the sneakers were unveiled on December 14th, 2015 at Nike Vault broadcasted via Periscope. The first ”Achilles Heel” colorway debuted on January 9th, 2016 for $200. The Kobe 11 is Kobe Bryant’s final on-court shoe in the NBA.

Did Nike stop selling Kobes?

And, to make matters worse, we found out Bryant’s contract with Nike was up, and once it ended they’d stop manufacturing his shoes altogether. That actually happened, too. Vanessa Bryant and the Kobe Bryant estate moved on and started their own brand. Nike stopped manufacturing Kobe’s.

How much do Kobe 11s weigh?

Facts / Specs

Weight: 12.1oz
Top: Low
Signature: Kobe Bryant
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Collection: Nike Kobe

When did Kobe 10s come out?

The Nike Kobe 10 is Kobe Bryant’s tenth signature shoe with Nike. The first model debuted on February 7th, 2015 ($180).

Are Lebron shoes heavy?

Weight and Feel Depending on who you are, weight is likely the area where the Lebron 18 struggles the most. Simply put, it’s a heavy shoe. So heavy that it’s almost impossible to ignore when you’re moving around. That won’t matter for some, but quicker players aren’t going to like it.

How heavy is the Lebron 19?

Facts / Specs

Weight: 18oz
Top: High
Signature: LeBron James
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Collection: Nike Lebron

Does Nike still sell Kobe shoes?

Nike x Kobe is back! “We’re excited to announce our partnership with Nike is going to continue! I am so proud that my husband’s shoes are still the most worn by players on NBA courts and that the demand for his shoes remain so desired by his fans around the world.