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Nike SB Paul Rodriguez VI

December 22nd, 2011 by | 2 comments

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Paul Rodriguez will soon celebrate the sixth signature model of his line with Nike Skateboarding. First order of business – drop ‘SB’ from the Nike tag on the tongue. Aside from that interesting branding tweak, the Nike Paul Rodriguez VI features a similar construction to its predecessor, but introducing an exterior heel-counter that should remind you of the Air Huarache runners from the 90′s. The solid build should eliminate any heel slippage, while the ample vents on the upper provide enough air flow for those with sweaty feet (P-Rod has state numerous times that his feet get drenched, making breathability one of the key notes of the SB line). We’ve got a nice look at a Grey/Gold colorway below, one that is expected to drop during the Fall 2012 season. via N-SB.

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Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 6

December 19th, 2011 by | 6 comments

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It took Gino Iannucci over a decade to earn a pro model that doesn’t even feature his name, but Paul Rodriguez took a more direct route to his Nike SB signature series.  Born one day after LeBron James and just before the start of 1985, P-Rod joined Swoosh skateboarding in 2004 and had his first sigs out on store shelves before he was legal to drink.  A little over half a decade later and the P-Rod series has evolved to an annual cycle not totally dissimilar from Nike Basketball’s ‘big three’ or the Air Max running series, his latest echoing the kind of subtle shapeshifting we’ve seen from the Zoom Kobe line in recent years.  The Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 6 is closer to the 5 than any other P-Rod is to its predecessor (save possibly the 2 and 2.5), a sleek yet formidable design that takes last year’s LunarLon-cushioned body and makes it more angular, especially thanks to the Huarache-like heel counter cutting into the side panel Swooshes.  These should hit retailers some time in the second half of next year, so click through to see five upcoming pairs and stick with Sneaker News for all the P-Rod 6 SB release dates.  via N-SB.

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Nike SB 2012 Preview – P-Rod VI & More

December 2nd, 2011 by | 11 comments

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Mallgoing sneakerheads and those abreast of Nike’s machinations within the action sports market realize that the 6.0 division has seen a marked improvement in terms of design and customer acceptance in recent years, owing at least in part to their closer imitation of big brother Nike SB.  And with SBs now available more widely than ever before, it’s not entirely shocking to see some convergence in these forces at your local promenade, but this could still turn out to be some very significant news moving into 2012.

Catalog images confirm further crossover between Nike SB and 6.0, notable combinations including the upcoming Mavrk 3 and its Eric Koston 1-borrowed sole that’s a little bit more surprising than seeing the Zoom FC with the Future Primitive bottoms.  Also on the way soon is the LunarLon cushioned P-Rod 5 LR and the series next rendition, the Nike SB P-Rod 6.  Add to that rumors about the availability of the entire Nike SB line as it relates to traditional skate shops vs. mall retailers, and fans of Swoosh skate shoes have a curious new trajectory for the immediate future.  Click through to see more of what’s in store and let us know how you feel about the potential for all non Premium or Quickstrike releases to have a wider availability.  via N-SB

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