Here's a Closer Look at the UNDEFEATED x Nike Kobe 1 "Protro" in White/Gum

Sharing the spotlight with the “Camo” colorway.

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Shortly after a closer look of its Camo colorway the UNDEFEATED x Nike Kobe 1 “Protro” is back in a new colorway to complement the aforementioned pair.

The retooled Nike Kobe 1 sees a white-colored upper with black contrasting detailing on its branding and inner lining. Co-branding returns to each lateral side in addition to the striking orange insoles and gum bottom. A noticeable difference on the white pair is the incorporation of Kobe Bryant’s number 8 and 24 on each medial side.

Also equipped with a special hangtag, the UNDEFEATED x Nike Kobe 1 “Protro” in White/Gum is a separate launch from the “Camo” edition and will release on February 16 at the UNDEFEATED pop-up on La Brea Avenue. Take a look at the imagery above and let us know how this colorway compares to the “Camo” edition.

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