One-of-a-kind Nike ID Zoom VI sneakers mimic the “Make-A-Wish” model Bryant wore for one game during the 2010-11 NBA season
Panini Authentic, the high-end autographed memorabilia division of Panini America, donated this rare pair of autographed Kobe Bryant shoes as the headline item in the annual 2012 Industry Summit Silent Auction and Dave & Adam’s came away the winner! Now Dave & Adam’s is using them as a giveaway as well!
The extremely rare Nike ID Zoom VI shoes utilize a design created exclusively for Bryant through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Bryant wore one pair of the shoes on March 8, 2011, while scoring 26 points in a 101-87 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Although the shoes that were donated to the Industry Summit Silent Auction weren’t worn in a game, both shoes are autographed by Bryant and carry an approximate value of between $1,500 and $2,000 according to Panini Authentic’s Brian Bayne.
It should be noted that Panini Authentic owns the pair Bryant wore in that game against Atlanta, and those shoes are available for sale on the Panini Authentic website.
Here are the contest details:
Purchase any box of 2011/12 Panini Hoops Basketball, 2011/12 Panini Preferred Basketball, or 2011/12 Panini Past & Present Basketball between March 29th and May 13th 2012 and you’re automatically entered to win
Random winner will be selected on approximately May 13th, 2012.