Nike Closes Out the Kobe 11 "Muse Pack" With Mark Parker's Contribution

Inspired by Kobe's "Black Mamba" moniker
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Following up on styles designed by Eric Avar and Tinker Hatfield, Nike has unveiled the third and final installment from the Nike Kobe 11 "Muse Pack." The shoe's origins stem from the longstanding relationship between Kobe and Nike CEO Mark Parker, which dates back to the Nike Huarache 2K4, the first model that Kobe wore after signing with Nike in 2003. The Kobe 11 "Parker Muse" takes inspiration from the rapport of the designer and athlete, as well we Bryant's "Black Mamba" moniker. Details include a blue and black color palette, along with reptilian flourishes on the laces, tongue and re-engineered Flyknit pattern. 

The Nike Kobe 11 "Parker Muse" launches May 26th in limited quantities at SNKRS, followed by a release through Nike.com and select global retail locations.

Release Date: 5/26/16 (Thursday)

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