Nike SB P-Rod 2.5 ‘Tiffany’ – Fall 2011

January 11, 2011 BY

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Nicky Diamonds teased us about parts two and tre of the Diamond Supply Co. x Nike SB collaboration but we haven’t heard another word in the nearly nine months since.  Good thing that doesn’t mean all aqua and black kicks are on lockdown, cos any time’s right for the Nike SB P-Rod 2.5 ‘Tiffany’.  You already have an idea what it looks like just from those last few words, but it’s worth noting these seem to lack any reptile skin as with the original Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Tiffany’ from 2005, so the use of the signature blue shade on this pair’s foxing band further differentiates these from previous ‘sparkly’ SBs.  The Swoosh is also white instead of metallic silver, and a suede toe means this shoe might even perform better than the OG Tiffs, were they to actually ever touch any griptape.  Great boardfeel and a solid lifestyle look on the way for Fall 2011, you can see more of the Tiffany P-Rod 2.5 after the jump.  via N-SB

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