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Kobe Bryant’s Nike Shoe Features Celeb-Studded Spoof Ads [Video]

Kobe Bryant’s Nike Shoe Features Celeb-Studded Spoof Ads [Video]
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The "Kobe System" is the faux sports philosophy endorsed by Kanye West and Richard Branson in new campaign.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 january 2012

Nike Basketball is promoting Kobe Bryant’s new signature sneaker, the Nike Zoom Kobe VII, by transforming its customizable “system” concept into a winning formula for success. A number of celebrities appear in ads for the sneaker, pledging their allegiance to a spoof philosophy called the “Kobe System”.

The Nike Zoom Kobe VII allows the wearer to switch out the ankle support and midfoot cushioning, with interchangeable “Attack Fast” and “Attack Strong” insert options to match their style of sport.

Celebrities, sports stars and other famous faces have got on board for the Kobe System ad campaign. Watch the likes of Aziz Ansari, Landon Donovan, Serena Williams, Richard Branson and Kanye West endorsing the mysterious success philosophy in the video below:

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