• SEA Games: Philippines captures Gold in Mens Basketball, Philippines wins Gold in Mobile Legends PBA: TNT Reigns Supreme over Ginebra; UAAP: DLSU Lady Spikers Champs of UAAP Women's Volleyball NBA: Lakers beat GSW to enter WCF Finals against Denver; Baller Spotlight: Kiefer Ravena wowing fans in Japan B-League;

Search This Blog

  • Share
  • Bookmark and Share

    Tuesday, November 9, 2010

    Kobe V 5 Rings Limited Edition Only 36 Pairs Out In Philippines

    Kobe wants to match Michael Jordan's number of NBA championships. To celebrate this historical second 3-Peat, Nike in partnership with Kobe has launched, to celebrate Kobe's 5-peat, the so called limited edition Nike zoom Kobe V 5 rings.

    It was said that there are only 36 pairs of it have are out in the Philippine Market. October 30, 2010, at exactly 12 noon. is the said release date of the shoes which will be held at Nike Park The Fort and Titan.

    18 pairs will be in the launch itself while the other 18 pairs will be for a special and exclusive release in the Titan shoe store. To contact the shop, just call (632) 6593893 or e-mail info@titan22.com .

    The New Kobe V 5 Rings features the new flywire technology but its not the same flywire used for the nike hyperdunk 1 and nike hyperize because the flywire in those shoes were not placed in a leather that has a flexible plastic coating. The new Kobe V 5 Rings' flywire is carefully stitched in the leather and afterwards it will be covered and glossed with a flexible rubber or plastic coating for the ultimate ride of your feet. Tight, flexible, ultra lightweight, and has a good handle because of it's carbon fiber ankle supports, what more can you ask? It's the ultimate rubbershoes to hit the Philippines.

    In the USA the shoes costs $250 but in the Philippines you can buy it at P6,995.

    What makes it appealing and special?

    A closer look at the skin of the shoes would show that there are number 5's all over it. It stands for the number of championships that Kobe has won all throughout his NBA career. One more and he'll be able to match Jordan's.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment