Kobe Bryant Showcase

Kobe Bryant 2003 Game-Worn & Signed Jordan 12 French Blue Sneakers
Kobe Bryant 2015 Final Season Game-Worn Sneakers
Kobe Bryant 2000-01 NBA Finals & Ring Ceremony Signed Warm-Up Jacket
Kobe Bryant 2002 Game-Worn & Signed Reebok Iverson Sneakers
Kobe Bryant 2016 Black History Month Game-Worn Sneakers

Kobe Bryant 2003 Game-Worn & Signed Jordan 12 French Blue Sneakers

Kobe Bryant honored his mentor and idol Michael Jordan by wearing this pair of iconic French Blue Air Jordan 12 Retro sneakers. They are one of only two pairs of Jordan French Blue’s that Kobe wore, and he signed each of the shoes that comprise this pair. The sneakers have been photo-matched and authenticated by MeiGray, the leading authenticator of the NBA.

Kobe Bryant 2015 Final Season Game-Worn Sneakers

An iconic pair of sneakers from Kobe Bryant's historic final season, these Kobe X Elite Hi-Top Sneakers were worn on December 11, 2015, his first game in San Antonio after announcing his retirement. Kobe had deep admiration for the Spurs after epic playoff battles over the years; he called San Antonio his "home away from home". Game-worn items from Bryant's final season continue to be in high demand. The pair have been photo-matched and authenticated by MeiGray, the leading authenticator of the NBA.

Kobe Bryant 2000-01 NBA Finals & Ring Ceremony Signed Warm-Up Jacket

Simply iconic and Hall of Fame worthy, this Lakers warm-up jacket was worn by the late great Kobe Bryant during the 2000 NBA Championship Ring Ceremony, and then throughout his 2000-2001 NBA season. He wore the jacket for an 8-month span and signed the front of it, just above the Lakers logo, making it a rare and historic piece of sporting memorabilia. The jacket carries additional significance since the 2000 and 2001 seasons were the first two NBA Championships of Bryant's illustrious career.

Kobe Bryant 2002 Game-Worn & Signed Reebok Iverson Sneakers

In 2002 Kobe Bryant opted out of his Adidas shoe deal, sparking the biggest "sneaker free agency" in NBA history. Few players had earned Bryant's respect and admiration more than Allen Iverson, who had an endorsement deal with Reebok. This pair of Lakers themed, player-edition, Reebok Allen Iverson Questions sneakers were created to lure Bryant to Reebok. Kobe choosing to wear the signature sneakers of a fellow NBA player was the true testament of his respect for Iverson. Game-worn and signed by Kobe Bryant, these Yellow Toe Reebok Questions are one of the rarest pairs of modern sneakers to surface in the sports memorabilia world.

Kobe Bryant 2016 Black History Month Game-Worn Sneakers

A historic pair of sneakers hailing from Kobe Bryant’s final season, these Kobe XI Elite Low player exclusive sneakers were worn to commemorate Black History Month on February 4, 2016, when the Lakers played the New Orleans Pelicans. These sneakers represent one of only a few Black History Month player-exclusives worn by the NBA and Los Angeles Lakers legend. They were the final Black History Month sneaker-style of his career. On his way to a 27-point, 12-rebound double-double, Bryant sealed the win for the Lakers by draining a deep three-pointer with just under a minute left. As a result, the sneakers have become a piece of cultural and basketball history.