The colorful motifs of Piet Parra, and his potent namesake label, have certainly had a storied relationship with Nike, going on to create one of the best Air Max 1s out of the bunch — with a F&F soaring at above four figure resale. Reuniting with the swoosh once again, the imprint is tackling the gradually reviving SB sub-label, painting the toolings of the Blazer Low as well as the Dunk Low in palettes similar to those that have been so affectionately received prior. Subdued from the originals, however, both silhouettes don a main base of smooth white leathers while accents follow suit in neutral standings. Profile checks are swapped out from their usual overlays to one of chenille texture, tripled up in a descending tonal swatch of pink, red, and blue. “Parra” logos rest on the tongue tab and cobranded embroidery finds place on the heel, with the lining standing out among the rest in its maximalist print of geometrics and vibrant hues. Grab a first look at both pairs below and be sure to keep it locked in as more information arises on their Nike.com and select retailer release.