Thanks to Jordan Brand, certain colorways — such as “Chicago” and “University Blue” — have become engrained in sneaker culture, appearing atop shoes far outside of their original scope. This is exactly what’s happening with the Nike PG 6, whose latest offering is not too unlike a pair of “Bred” 4s.
The sole, for starters, is heavily reminiscent of the above-mentioned shoe, as it incorporates not only red but also a grey-dominant base. A light, marble-like pattern, however, accompanies the latter neutral, setting this PG 6 apart from its perceived inspiration. Elsewhere, the shade is solid-colored across the lace unit and embroidered Swoosh, black dyes the mesh upper near entirely, and additional red accents detail various parts of the upper.
For a closer look at this newly-revealed PG 6, check out the official images below. These should be hitting Nike.com as well as select retailers very soon, so sit tight.
In other news, have you seen the upcoming Dunk Low Medium Olive?
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Nike PG 6 "Bred"
Release Date: 2022
Mens: $120 Style Code: DC1974-003