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Kobe Bryant planned quitting Nike to start “Mamba” Sneaker Brand weeks before death
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Kobe Bryant planned quitting Nike to start “Mamba” Sneaker Brand weeks before death

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The late Iconic NBA Star, Kobe Bryant left his Family and friends in agony, after passing on from a ghastly helicopter crash in Calabasas, California in January 26, 2020 at the age of 41. The accident which the World still mourn for his 20 years career in Los Angeles Lakers.

After Kobe’s death, lots of stories were getting uncovered about the enthusiastic Entrepreneur and philanthropist. One including his plans to terminate his long time contract with Nike, for a shot at building his own Sneaker Brand “Mamba.”

According to the statement released by the co-founder of Virgin Hyperloop, Entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar via his Official twitter page. Kobe Bryant was planning to quit his long time contract with the sportswear giant “Nike,” in a bid to establish his own sneaker brand, which he named “Mamba.” The plans which they had both discussed back in December 2019, weeks before his death.

Shervin Pishevar also shared silhouette of the proposed Sneakers Designs created by his team. The Images which features a slip on silhouette of a forefoot snake textured sneaker, which is a tribute to Kobe’s nickname “Black Mamba.”

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The proposed Mamba Sneakers is amplified by a tracker at the back, held by a strong magnet. A feature which connects the sneakers to the Mamba fitness app, for an innovative fitness tracking.

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