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Paul Rodriguez's Nike SB Legacy is Celebrated on the SB Dunk Low "What the P-Rod"

Paul Rodriguez is one of the most important — and tenured — figures in the history of Nike (NYSE:NKE -0.84%) ‘s Nike SB sub-label, so the Swoosh is nodding to his story with a new SB Dunk Low “What the P-Rod.” Drawing inspiration from a plethora of P-Rod sneakers that range from Rodriguez’s own signature line to his many SB Dunk collaborations, the “What The P-Rod” is a detailed trip down memory lane for any Rodriguez stan or SB fan.
Pieces of note include an elephant-printed mudguard and eyestays that salute 2005’s Air Jordan-inspired P-Rod 1 “J-Rod,” a toebox that nods to the P-Rod 1 “Stash” from 2006 and another toebox that pulls directly from the P-Rod 1 “Mexican Blanket.” There’s also quilted linings inspired by the P-Rod 2 plus a lace deubre and outsole borrowed from Rodriguez’s more recent SB Dunk High. A veritable laundry list of pieces from P-Rod’s other releases finish the look, making for a design that’s just as much retrospective book on Rodriguez and Nike’s partnership as it is colorful sneaker.
See all the details above, and expect a release at SB stockists like The Berrics Canteen later this year.
For more from the world of Nike SB, be sure to check out Nyjah Huston‘s latest Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 colorway: a bold “Black/Cyber“.

The Nike Dunk Low Receives a PRM Update in "Vast Gray" and "Summit White"

Announced back in 2021, the Nike (NYSE:NKE +0.63%) Dunk Low PRM received a minimalistic retro outfit in “Vast Gray” and “Summit White” which will be raffled off before an official global launch by the sportswear powerhouse. The Dunk series continues onto the new year as the brand looks to add new additions to its PRM line — premium — which opts out of the usual smooth leather construction and utilizes soft suede leathers for a classier appeal.

The latest addition will be looped in with previous releases such as the SB Blazer Mid PRM “Mosaic,” Air Max 95 PRM “Grain” and the Dunk Low PRM “Halloween” special. Starting off with a base of “Summit White” suede for the perforated toe box, quarters and ankle collar, the overlays wrap around the shoe in “Vast Gray” with the main lateral Swoosh preferring a bright “Pearl White” finish. The uppers are set over a white midsole and creamy rubber outsole to complete the look.

Those looking to update their sneaker rotation with the new Nike Dunk Low PRM “Vast Gray/Summit White” can enter the raffle on Très Bien’s website up until January 20. The pair retails for 1,500 SEK (approximately 166 USD) with one raffle entry allowed per customer.

For more footwear news, take an official look at the Nike Air Trainer 1 Utility “Light Smoke Grey” and “Dark Smoke Grey.”

Nike Preps for Warmer Days With This Dunk Low "Sun Club" Colorway

The warmer months of Spring and Summer are still a handful of months away, but Nike (NYSE:NKE +0.63%) is already getting prepared to release a handsome bunch of new kicks that align with the seasonal transitions. One of the makeups on the brand’s release calendar is the Nike Dunk Low “Sun Club” which has just surfaced onto our radar by way of early on-foot imagery.

Instead of the utilizing the traditional smooth leathers for the uppers of these kicks, the Swoosh design team switched gears and crafted them with canvas base layers and tumbled leather overlays. Pastel accents are what purloin most of the attention here as the lateral walls come designed with coral quarters, leaf-y green collars and golden yellow Swooshes while the medial is cooked up with an aquatic blue mid-foot and bright blue Nike checks. Overlays are done up in beige and come accented with dusty orange tongues and soft pink toe boxes. Tongues discard their usual traditional branding and have a “Nike Sun Club” notation while the lower heels are accessorized with palm tree and sun imagery.

Be on the lookout for these to drop via Nike and select retailers this Summer for $110 USD.

In other news, the Nike Offline Pack has revealed “Ocean Cube” and “Light Smoke Gray” colorways.

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