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This week’s Mamba Monday takes us through Brotha D’s collection and the history behind the Zoom Kobe VI model with that unmistakeable and insanely clever snakeskin texture on the upper. Eric Avar continued to diminish the thin line between soccer cleats and basketball sneakers by further reducing the ankle height on the Kobe VI. The lightest and lowest basketball sneaker on the market was designed to improve speed and reaction time, allowing its wearer to strike like a true Black Mamba.
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Although similar in shape and look to the V, the VI improved in comfort with Flywire in the side panels, and zoom technology in both the heel and forefoot. From the Grinch to the Prelude, Brotha D walks us through the colorways of the 2010-11 NBA season.
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