How much are Kobe Grinch shoes worth?

In light of yesterday’s news, the 2020 Kobe 6 Grinch prices on popular reseller site StockX have skyrocketed. Before the deal, prices in a men’s size 9 ranged anywhere from $350 to $390. Currently the last five sales have been $592, $596, $595, $596 and $600.

What number is Kobe Grinch?

Nike Kobe 6 Protro Grinch (2020) – CW2190-300.

Will Kobe Grinch go up in value?

“Kobes will remain an asset and increase in value over time, especially as Nike’s official partnership with the Kobe brand comes to an end, and as overall awareness of his brand and legacy continues to grow,” Wang says. Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Grinch.” Image via Nike.

Will Kobe shoes still be made?

Kobe Bryant’s signature shoes will again be produced by Nike, his widow, Vanessa, announced on Instagram Thursday afternoon. Bryant’s Nike shoes are some of the most popular in the NBA, but last spring, his contract with the shoemaker expired. Thursday, in a post, Vanessa Bryant said the shoes would be back.

How much is the Kobe 8?

$140 USD
Retailing for $140 USD, the Nike Kobe 8 “What the Kobe” will be available beginning December 6 at Nike.

Does the Kobe Grinch come with red laces?

UPDATE (11/20): zSneakerheadz and Sniperkicks32 have shared a detailed look at the “Grinch” Kobe 6 Protro, which reveals that the upcoming release will include red shoelaces similar to the 2010 version.

Why did Nike stop selling Kobes?

In the aftermath of Bryant’s untimely and tragic death, all his sneakers sold out at retailers everywhere. Nike released more, but they were extremely limited. And, to make matters worse, we found out Bryant’s contract with Nike was up, and once it ended they’d stop manufacturing his shoes altogether.

Is Nike going to stop making Kobe shoes?

Kobe Bryant’s estate has reached a new long-term contract with Nike to continue producing both footwear and apparel from Bryant’s Zoom Kobe series, Vanessa Bryant and Nike announced on Thursday. The news comes nearly a year after Kobe Bryant’s initial endorsement deal with Nike expired.