This week’s Kicks Stalker pick: Ryan Reyes' Kobe 4 Del Sol | Inquirer Sports

This week’s Kicks Stalker pick: Ryan Reyes’ Kobe 4 Del Sol

By: - Photographer / @INQUIRERSports
/ 06:47 PM February 18, 2017

Every week, Inquirer Sports will feature a sneaker of the week as worn by your favorite basketball, volleyball or football star during games. Did a pair of sneakers catch your eye? Drop a line on Twitter, @INQUIRERSports and use the hashtag #kicksstalker.

Ryan Reyes' Kobe 4 Del Sol.

Ryan Reyes’ Kobe 4 Del Sol.

THE SHOE: Kobe IV Del Sol
WHO ROCKED IT: Ryan Reyes
THE TAKE: My favorite player growing up next to Jordan was Kobe, so wearing his shoes is a no brainer. The Kobe 4s are my favorite shoe out of all his signature lines. I like the traction of the shoe and how snug and comfy they feel on foot. They’re not heavy and lightweight with the Flywire technology on the mid part of the shoe. The “Del Sol” colorway is one of my favorites because of how it looks. The stitching on the ankle area looks dope and the snake skin leather on the toe area gives it great detail. Its just a great shoe overall and I think it’s was his first shoes that were low top.

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