Nike are getting serious about giving punters a peek into their future sneaker design direction with the drop-dead gorgeous NikeLab Kobe X Elite Low HTM in three wild colourways.
The low profile sneaker forms the ongoing collaboration between Fragment Design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker and combines all of Nike’s most innovative technologies to date. The result is a silhouette that features some immaculate design details including two different sets of screw-in aglets in varying metallic finish color and HTM branding for each colourway.
The tested Flyknit construction now with a flexible midsole is teamed up with Nike-Free inspired flex grooves accented along the outsole alongside the Nike Zoom Air and Nike Lunarlon hybrid cushioning.
The NikeLab Kobe X Elite Low HTM will officially debut at the NikeLab LNZ1 store in Milan on April 16 before hitting global retailers later in the American summer. You can most certainly expect these to sell out in hours before hitting eBay for $3,500.