Nike Sportswear has dropped a new two-piece-strong T-shirt capsule for summer 2019 and both items are covered in a Shiba Inu print that's seems to be all about channelling a vibe similar to that of super-steezy canine influencer, Bodhi.

The first shirt features a simple print of the Japanese dog wearing a Nike tee with a Hawaiian shirt layered over the top and aviator shades — think scumbro, but furrier. Meanwhile the second style features a repeat Shiba print that covers the front and reverse, with simple orange Swoosh branding layered over the central front pattern.

The tees are available to cop now over on Atmos' webstore and retail at ¥2,500 (approximately $22) and ¥4,000 (approximately $35) for the pattern print and shirt-wearing tee respectively.

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