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Kendrick Lamar Previews New Nike Cortez

Kendrick Lamar will be adding to his personal Nike Cortez collection with an upcoming collaboration with Nike scheduled to go down soon.

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This Kendrick Lamar Nike Cortez features a Red, White, and Black color scheme. The words “Don’t Trip” is seen on ribbon running down the tongue, along with Chinese lettering embroidered onto the forefoot as a nod to his “Kung Fu Kenny” alter ego.

No exact word on when a release date will take place, but rumors are speculating a possible December launch before the new year. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates on Cortez Kenny’s new Nike collab.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez
Color: Gym Red/White
Style Code: AR5131-610
Release Date: February 2018
Price: $100

UPDATE: Kendrick Lamar’s Nike Cortez “Kung Fu Kenny” will release sometime in February 2018.

Kendrick Lamar Nike Cortez Don't Trip Release Date

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