Nike P-6000 CNPT Emerges in Black & White Ahead of Spring 2019 Release

Made of mesh and leather layers.

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Earlier in the month, we shared a first look at Nike Running‘s new P-6000 CNPT model in silver and black colorway options. Today the low-cut running shoe displays a contrasting mix of black and white across its multilayered upper. The sneaker’s bottom half is treated in white with its top portion done in black. Each lateral and medial side’s Swoosh insignia serves as the cut-off point for the aforementioned colors with its flat laces carrying out the theme in black with white trim. Lastly, additional Swoosh logos are added to the heel along with a Nike stamp on the tongue.

The Nike P-6000 CNPT “Black/White” arrives on May 2 for $120 USD at select Nike Running stockists. Runners can also check out the Nike Epic React Flyknit 2 “Club Gold.”

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