Nike's P-6000 Gleams With "Metallic Silver" Finish

A futuristic iteration.

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Nike keeps the futuristic iterations coming, this time with its latest rendition of the P-6000, treated with a shiny “Metallic Silver” colorway. The silhouette was originally created by integrating the designs of two Peagusus models, fusing the Pegasus 25 and Pegasus 2006 to give the shoe a contemporary shape that includes all the best parts of each model.

The sleek running shoe hosts a mix of mesh, neoprene and leather textiles along the uppers. Starting at the topmost section of the sneakers, a silver “Nike” patch logo is sewn over the cream-colored neoprene tongue, matched with laces and tonal inner collars. The sides come decked with layers of metallic stripes atop a breathable mesh base. A silver-toned leather mudguard, protective heel and toe cap round up the details of the uppers. Lastly, its thick midsole has been rendered in black and ecru palettes to offset the intense color scheme.

The Nike P-6000 “Metallic Silver” is currently available at sneakersnstuff.com for $120 USD.

Elsewhere, Hender Scheme has dropped its leather and suede-crafted “Peel Gore” sneakers.

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Nike P-6000 “Metallic Silver”

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