Pros: Traction, Support, Overall Comfort
Pros: they look amazing
Cons: kinda tight, order .5 size up
Pros: at least i looked good while playing
Cons: fell apart
Pros: The color is nice, design, laces,
Cons: The lining could have been different
“US retail: $200 Canadian retail: $259.99 Weight: 14.06 Oz My info: Height : 6 foot 2 inches Weight: 195 lbs Position 2 or 3 Style: Shoot/Slasher Hrs tested : 30 hours Size: 10 (please note I usually wear a size 10.5-11 and I was very surprised that 10.5 was too roomy in the forefoot of these....) Previous ball shoes : Nike Zoom BB, Jordan 28, Jordan 28...” --SBoux23
“The traction on the KD VI Elite is top notch. I had issues with slippage on a few other shoes (UA Anatomix Spawn and Nike HyperRev) playing on an unkempt court, but these performed much better. The cushion is excellent for impact protection and it is quite responsive. However, due to the cushioning setup, you don't get as much court feel as a shoe like the Kobe 9 or Rose 4.5. Also, the forefoot...” --UsedToBeCool
“First off a shout out to our MVP KD for bagging the award. He deserved it both on and off court. I was a bit skeptical playing in lows (again) since the last lows i played in was the Kobe VI. I loved the Kobe VI for the overall performance minus the ventilation issue. So for quite sometime i've been playing in mostly lebrons and high cut shoes. But then it suddenly came to me that i think...” --ML500
“Nike Kobe 8 is an excellent shoe. It has to be the best shoe from Nike that I have worn. If you have not bought a pair to hoop in, then you are missing out. Fit-- Fit is great. I think these run true to size. I like my basketball shoes to fit snug so I get an 11.5. I also have a size 12 that I wear and it fits fine. I just prefer 11.5. Heel lockdown is perfect. No heel...” --russemup
“Traction packed shoe. It is a very responsive shoe. Despite it looking like it is a hard, plastic shoe, it is actually very pliable. It does crease very easily. The ridges wear pretty easily if someone steps on them while you are playing. The shoe is "closed" so your feet will get hot and it does not have vents to allow air to flow thru. The...” --Chie3
“These shoes are great, they don't slip, the look good, and the perform well. They have herringbone traction along with shattered glass traction. Mostly synthetic materials, plastic, pleather. Snake print upper. ” --sir-sneakerton
“the lebron 9 was his last great sneaker.. the 9 elite was the last great elite.. the white C/W was better than the taxis and black elites.. these were the best CW ” --thegame9853
For those players who simply prefer a low-top basketball shoe, the Nike Kobe IX EM is the pinnacle of low-top performance basketball shoes. Breathable mesh upper for lightweight performance. Nike Flywire technology is strong yet dynamic for lockdown through the midfoot; its cables loosen and tighten with the natural motion of the foot. Nike Lunarlon cushioning insert for responsive cushioning...
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In 1982 famous Nike designer Bruce Kilgore created a shoe that revolutionized the world of basketball. To this day the Nike Air Force 1 High has passed the test of time and taken on a new role as an everyday street staple. This classic court shoe has been recreated with different colors and upper materials, creating a unique and diverse line-up. It features an upper made up of durable yet...