Nike has quietly released its latest Kobe Bryant shoe, nearly three months after the sudden death of the former basketball star.
In the weeks following his passing, there was a huge demand for Bryant merchandise, forcing Nike to hold off on restocking any Kobe merchandise indefinitely.
However, the footwear giant has this week revealed the Nike ‘Mamba Fury’ shoe as a relatively affordable option [under $US100] for Bryant fans who were price gouged on merchandise following his death.
The shoe was revealed by Wear Testers on Instagram.
The shoe is not currently available on the Nike website.
It comes after Nike shared a touching tribute to the athlete, who wore the company’s shoes for much of his career.
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— Nike (@Nike) February 24, 2020
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