Another Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez May Release Soon

More from Kung-Fu Kenny.

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Shortly after the inaugural Nike Cortez Kenny I release in January, Nike is back with another edition of the collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. The forthcoming version boasts Gym red coloring on the canvas upper with additional white detailing on the leather Swoosh, inner lining and rubber outsole. Black is added to the laces, heel tab, midsole and down its “Don’t Trip” tongue labeling.

Currently, there’s no confirmed launch date surrounding this iteration of the Nike Cortez Kenny, but speculation is that the price is expected around $100 USD. Stay tuned for more info upon its availability and let us know which Kendrick Lamar Cortez is your favorite.

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