080708kobe.jpgSix teens who spent three days and nights camping outside a Park Slope sneaker store were shooed away without having the opportunity to purchase the limited-edition Atomic Zoom Kobe 1 high tops they coveted. Designed by Premium Goods store owner Clarence Nathan, the sneakers were inspired by “numerous emotions mentioned in Kobe [Bryant’s] diary.” Nathan’s only made 16 pairs, and selling just 8 of them in New York City. But after three days of camping, he told the sneaker freaks to disperse. “If I allowed these boys to buy them, people would have been lining up for months, and I can’t have that,” he tells Brooklyn Paper. A mother of one of the boys sees things differently: “It’s an injustice.”