Originally released in 2011 for the NBA All-Star Game, the Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Orange County” will be returning next year for its 10th Anniversary. 

Released as 1 of 4 Nike Kobe 6’s released for the 2011 Southern California All-Star Game, the colorway will officially turn ten years old next year. In celebration, Nike will be releasing the iconic colorway for all fans to enjoy in Fall 2021. Dressed in Orange Peel, Black, and Cannon, the Scaley upper will feature a blended upper of orange and yellow tones that honor the California sunset. Silver detailing is added to the Nike Swoosh while gold laces and a tongue add a vibrant take to the silhouette. A black midsole and slate blue-green rubber outsole are placed underneath which completes the Orange County take.


The Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Orange County” will be returning Fall 2021 via select Nike retailers and Nike.com for $180. The 2011 rendition is included below which we expected the 2021 pair to look exactly alike, so feel free to check them out below while we wait for leaked images and more updates. As always, stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Orange County”
Color: Orange Peel/Black-Cannon
Style Code: CW2190-800
Release Date: Fall 2021
Retail Price: $180

Source: SHOF

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