Nike Zoom Kobe VI “Black History Month” – Detailed Photos

After catching our first look at the sneakers a few days ago, we now have some detailed photos of the Nike Zoom Kobe VI “Black History Month”. As we’ve seen before, the sneakers sport a black-based upper thats slightly different than that on the standard Zoom Kobe VI. Aside from the textured scales, the upper is etched with several lines and patterns as a way to represent the ancient African art form of scarification. Accents of gold appear on the Swoosh and heel cup and mutli-colored interlocking “BHM” lettering is embroidered on the heel-bumper. These new images also give us a look at the specially designed insoles that come with the sneakers, something we didn’t see the first time around, and a clearer look at the XXXV behind the tongue, which we mentioned is a reference to the year 1975 when than-President Ford urged American’s to recognize Black History Week. We’re still waiting to receive word on an official release date, which when we do we’ll be sure to let you know. Via: MarqueeSole

Editors Note: Available now on eBay

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