Kobe Bryant Logo

Kobe Bryant Logo
Kobe Bryant is one of the athletes having their insignia on a shoe developed by Nike. Bryant’s logotype was placed on the fourth version of Nike’s Air Huarache 2K5 shoes.

Meaning and History logo

Logo Kobe Bryant


In summer 2003, Nike signed Kobe Bryant to a 5-year contract. Ironically, shortly after he was accused of a sexual assault. Although the lawsuit was eventually settled, with the terms being undisclosed to the public, the stain on the Bryant’s reputation certainly affected the commercial success of the shoes.

Symbol

Kobe Bryant Symbol
The Kobe Bryant logo consists of six elements of varying shape. Together, they form another geometric shape resembling a tricorn. The two top “corners” are shorter, while the third “corner” is the longest one.

What does the emblem mean?

Kobe Bryant Emblem
Kobe gave his own explanation to the logo in the Esquire magazine. He said the emblem represented a sword in a sheath. But there was a deeper meaning also. “The sword is the raw talent,” explained Kobe, while the sheath stands for the effort one puts into developing his talent. It is your calluses and your baggage, it is your training. He referred to the logotype as the Sheath, which was supposed to be the official name of the emblem.
In addition to this, Eric Avar, who developed the shoe, pointed out that the emblem used Japanese samurai warriors as an inspiration. In Avar’s view, the warriors exhibited the balance of Bryant.

Font

Font Kobe Bryant Logo
The Kobe Bryant logo is basically just an emblem without any text. In case the athlete’s name needs to be included in the logo, it may be given in a variety of matching typefaces.

Color

kobe bryant shoes logo
The color palette may vary depending on the background against which the sheath logo is placed. This is a typical approach for the emblems placed on footwear or clothes. The colors most often used for the emblem include gold, purple, and red (against the black background).