Another Nike Kobe 6 Protro has surfaced for a Protro release next year and this time it’s the “POP” iteration. 

All of May, the 2021 Nike leaks have been all about the Nike Kobe 6. With a handful of popular colorways already surfaced for a comeback, the collection just keeps getting bigger and bigger. This White Del Sol edition is only fitting as the original Del Sol colorway will be returning as well.

Originally released 10 years ago in 2011, the White Del Sol colorway will find its way back onto shelves. Dressed in White, Natural Grey, Del Sol, and Black, the color-blocking provides a nostalgic feel yet still looks great and updated a decade later. While no leaked images have surfaced just yet, we expect the Protro rendition to arrive exactly like the OG pair.

NIKE KOBE 6 PROTRO “POP” RELEASE INFORMATION

The Nike Kobe 6 Prote “POP” is set to return this upcoming Spring 2021 at select retailers and Nike.com for a retail price of $180. Check out the 2011 rendition below and make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news to stay up to date with your favorite brands.

Nike Kobe 6 Protro “POP”
Color: White/Neutral Grey-Del Sol-Black
Style Code: CW2190-100
Release Date: June 11, 2021
Retail Price: $180

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UPDATE 5/8: The Nike Kobe 6 Protro “POP” will be dropping on June 11th at select retailers, although a SNKRS release has yet to be confirmed.

UPDATE 4/12: More images of the Nike Kobe 6 Protro “POP” are here thanks to gallery2shibuya. Check them out below and keep it locked for more details.

UPDATE 4/1: First look images of the Nike Kobe 6 Protro “POP” aka “White Del Sol” have surfaced. A release is still expected to go down this Spring 2021 season. Keep it locked for updates.

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