Air Max 270,Undoubtedly Nike SB‘s most cherished athlete, seven-time X Games gold medalist, and early figurehead of the Nike SB division, Paul Rodriguez has been the beneficiary of both exclusive releases and a long-running line of signatures with Nike SB. To celebrate their partnership, Nike SB will be crafting a reference-heavy Nike SB Dunk Low “What The P-Rod” for Spring/Summer 2021 that pays homage to some of P-Rod’s most notable SB releases.Dressed in a White, College Blue, Chrome, and Deep Red color scheme.
This Nike SB Dunk Low features a mismatched theme in various colors, prints, and details from iconic Dunk colorways including “Pigeon,” “Huf,” “Heineken,” and more.The right foot’s toe, which stripes with floral notes, directly borrows the “Mexican Blanket” look, while the gold dubrae adjacent makes use of the boxing themes found on last year’s collaborative Dunk High. Elsewhere, Elephant Print comes into play, nodding to the “J-Rods” that hit the market years back. Stash’s P-Rod 1 dresses right alongside, while further use of the initial silhouette arrives by way of the left foot’s ankle. Quilted linings, then, round off the package just like the P-Rod 2.
From New adidas Shoes,The Nice Kicks x adidas Ultra 4D Have A Nice Day wants to remind you to enjoy the elements during these confining times. First premiered by footwear designer Frank Cooke and Nice Kicks head Matt Halfhill, the collaborative sneaker features a black and white spiral tie-dye print on its forefoot and midfoot. Heels, heel counters and Three Stripe midfoot cages are left a monochromatic black, and a small red Nice Kicks logo is present on the tongue for a pop of flair. Down below, latticed 4D midsoles are done up in jet black and work with black outsoles to round off the look.