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These new Nike trainers will mess with your brain

Nike has released some hypnotising Kobe XI. Literally hypnotising, we're not just saying that for effect, just look at them for a little bit and you'll slowly realise you're taking out your debit card to pay £130 for them.

As well as its 3D stereoscopic leopard print, the statement shoes also feature an open mesh upper with TPU coating for breathability, a rubber outsole with an innovative traction pattern for quick acceleration and change of direction, and a Lunarlon midsole to give you springy, responsive cushioning.

Available now from Nike

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