Troop417, that's kind of ignorant to say considering UA's "Highlight" shoe doesn't even compare to what this shoe has to offer as far as the detail and innovation put into it...just sayin
Says? You? Nike? Because it has flywire (6 years old), Lunar (also 6 years old), and Flyknit (used before) on a silhouette UA had out two years ago (UA Juke) this is the definition of innovation and detail? Good Lord, sometimes I wonder what would happen if Nike stopped right now. Some of you would probably give up on life.
Because both flywire and lunar have been used for that long clearly shows they're both reliable and worthy enough for Kobe's signature shoe, otherwise, why would Nike continue to use them? And what was called one of the best inventions of 2012 by Time? The Flyknit Racer. And what tech is used on that? Flyknit. So, yes, I do consider that to be innovative, especially since we are talking about a shoe that is modeled specifically for Kobe Bryant's game
.. flyknit was (hell, not really.. anybody's grandma can knit) innovative a year ago.. lunar foam, 2 olympic events ago.. but now its considered a
plus the marketing tagline is stuuuupid... redefine?? how?? you cant argue that these does not follow almost all design points of cam newtons highlight trainers