You’ve seen them worn in Kicks On Court, and now you can own Isaiah Thomas’ Reebok Kamikaze II PE while helping out a great cause. During the month of March, Thomas’ Sacramento Kings are collaborating with UNICEF’s United States Fund to ensure that not one child is deprived of clean water. The team is auctioning off different items to raise money for the noble move, and one of their premier items is this game-worn PE. Dressed in Kings white, black and speckled purple, this unreleased colorway is personalized with the fiery guard’s “IT” logo on the heels. Complete with a certificate of authenticity, Isaiah Thomas’ signature and the scuff marks to prove its use, this Kamikaze II PE is open for your generous bids by clicking here.
Shawn Kemp's second signature sneaker from Reebok was deemed the Kamikaze II. Known for his ferocious dunks and sacrificing his body for his team is where the Kamikaze receives it's name. Originally released in the mid 90's, the second rendition of the Kamikaze had it's first retro release in 2012 and looks to have more in 2013.
Inspired by Shawn Kemp’s original commitment to the University of Kentucky, Wildcat blue and white make up the Reebok Kamikaze II “Letter of Intent”. As a McDonald’s All-American, Kemp chose to go to Lexington and be a part of one of the most storied programs in the country. Due to some academic complications, the thunder-dunking forward was forced to transfer to Trinity Valley Community College, where he only stayed for one semester before he entered his name into the NBA draft. This colorway of the Kamikaze II pays homage to the opportunity cost of UK.