The Nike P-6000 Pops in "Light Iron Ore"

A monochromatic makeover for the 2000s-inspired silhouette.

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Last year, the Nike P-6000 quietly returned to the scene with a throwback “Metallic Silver” presentation of the runner. Since then, Nike has brought forth lowkey colorways, including an off-white and blue-colored entry in the “Athletic Department” series earlier this year. While it serves a market that is hungry for 2000s-inspired runners and lands at an approachable price tag — when compared to similar models such as the Zoom Vomero 5 — it has yet to gain much momentum in the sneaker space. However, in “Light Iron Ore,” this might change.

Taking on a gray-on-gray coloring, the “Light Iron Ore” iteration of the P-6000 gives the shoe a slick finish. Its various grays are stacked atop a mixed material build that toggles between mesh, suede, leather and textile materials. 3M accents hit the Swooshes and laces while the comfort-oriented sole unit supports the sneaker with an almost-white hue coating a majority of the midsole.

Nike has yet to divulge any details regarding the launch of the P-6000 “Light Iron Ore.” Stay tuned for an official date as we expect this appear to arrive in the coming weeks via Nike and select retailers at a price of $120 USD.

Elsewhere in the always-evolving footwear industry, this week’s edition of best footwear drops is led by the Air Jordan 1 “Washed Black.”

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