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Brand: Nike

Model: P-6000 CNPT

Key Features: Mesh and leather upper, Cushlon midsole, waffled outsole, and patent leather Swoosh branding on the lateral and medial sides.

Release Date: The white/silver/red colorway is available now, with the black to follow in May.

Price: $120

Buy: Nike and select retailers (see list below)

Editor’s Notes: Nike Running is taking a break from high-tech and futuristic silhouettes such as the Vaporfly to release the P-6000 CNPT, a shoe that looks like it came straight from the year 2000.

Arriving this spring in white/silver/red and black colorways, the shoe is tailored mainly for casual joggers, although serious runners looking for a new recovery run shoe might also be tempted by its good looks and soft cushioning.

The P-6000 CNPT takes inspiration from the Pegasus 25 and Pegasus 2006 models, mashing up both silhouettes to create an original design that gives off serious retro vibes.

Flip through images of both colorways above (the black is due to arrive later on in May).

Where to Buy

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