In the wake of declaring his official association with Nike back in August, Kendrick Lamar x Nike has at long last given fans a first take a gander at his first coordinated effort with the tennis shoe mark as he goes up against Nike’s exemplary Cortez outline.
“Don’t Trip” form of the Nike Cortez, Kung Fu Kenny and the Swoosh are back again with an official discharge date for their forthcoming joint effort. No official pictures of the item have surfaced yet, however the main piece of information concerning what will be included is the DAMN tongue mark that is presented previously.
Not at all like the match Lamar wore at Kobe Bryant’s retirement service, this up and coming adaptation appears to don a completely white shading plan without any indications of a tongue strip. The Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez is booked to discharge on the Nike SNKRS App amid the Grammys on Sunday, January 28th at 7:30 p.m. EST for just $100 USD. Stay tuned to Sneaker News as more pictures of this up and coming association surface.
“Try not to TRIP. CORTEZ KENNY,” Kendrick composed under the photograph of his selective Nike Cortez tennis shoes. Kendrick’s Nike Cortez includes a red, white and dark colorway with “DON’T TRIP” engraved on strip situated over the bands. Given his interest with Chinese culture (and saluting his adjust conscience, Kung Fu Kenny) K. Spot adorned the side of the tennis shoe with Chinese lettering.
Kendrick reviewed his new Cortez tennis shoe backstage at the Staples Center, where he was in participation to see previous Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant’s – one of Kendrick’s most loved ball players – shirt retirement function. Kendrick likewise treated a personal group to an execution of “Humble.” at a private after gathering.
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A couple of calfskin, dark red Nike Cortez shoes as of late surfaced on Twitter with the letters “K” and “L” embellished on the rear area of each foot, “TDE” on the ribbon tab and “DAMN” weaved on the tongue. No official discharge date has been reported.