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After we first reported the second generation Nike Kobe A.D. NXT just yesterday, we’re now giving you your first look at tech spec images of Kobe Bryant’s next signature basketball shoe.
Unfortunately, we only have a lackluster of information regarding this silhouette to share, as the majority of the images below are written in likely Chinese script.
From what we can see, FastFit is definitely confirmed as of now, which is the same lockdown system used with the Air Jordan 33. A drop-in midsole, with a rubber cupsole wrap-up can also be confirmed as it is seen in the images below. No word on what the actual foam compound will be, but speculation has us thinking it could be a REACT/Lunarlon combo once again, as seen in the Nike Kobe A.D. NXT 360. The drop-in midsole can be seen as dual density with two different foam compounds, but let’s hope there could even be some Zoom Air in there, with the term “Turbo” being seen on the second catalog image.
Information regarding a release date has yet to surface, but keep it locked here for the earliest updates regarding Kobe’s next signature shoe. Let us know what you think of these in the comments and check out your first look at the retail tech specs below.