Nike’s P-6000 Is Coming in "White Yellow"

Hot on the heels of its "Metallic Silver" iteration, Nike's P-6000 is returning once again in a "White Yellow" colorway.Since the sneaker's debut in 2019, the P-6000 has brought vintage and old-school energy to Nike's sneaker line. It takes design inspiration from the old Nike Pegasus -- more specifically the Pegasus 2006 -- and brings a modernized spin on archival models. Now, the runner silhouette is here with new colors and is designed to slide right into your sneaker rotation for the Winter season.Designed with a breathable white mesh construction at the base of the upper, the shoe is complemented with tonal detailing on the tongue laces and inner liner. Additionally, a slice of contrast is also added to the vertical and horizontal leather overlays with splashes of silver that nod more toward similar designs such as Nike's "Futro" and "Wolf Grey/Electric Green" editions of the sneaker. Yellow accents are used on the customary branding and they sit alongside a selection of black accents that are used on the rubber outsole.You can have a closer look at Nike's P-6000 "White Yellow" above and the sneaker will be available on the official Nike website and with select retailers in the coming weeks.Elsewhere in footwear, take a look at KARHU's "Northern Lights" pack. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast

Nike’s P-6000 Is Coming in "White Yellow"

Hot on the heels of its "Metallic Silver" iteration, Nike's P-6000 is returning once again in a "White Yellow" colorway.

Since the sneaker's debut in 2019, the P-6000 has brought vintage and old-school energy to Nike's sneaker line. It takes design inspiration from the old Nike Pegasus -- more specifically the Pegasus 2006 -- and brings a modernized spin on archival models. Now, the runner silhouette is here with new colors and is designed to slide right into your sneaker rotation for the Winter season.

Designed with a breathable white mesh construction at the base of the upper, the shoe is complemented with tonal detailing on the tongue laces and inner liner. Additionally, a slice of contrast is also added to the vertical and horizontal leather overlays with splashes of silver that nod more toward similar designs such as Nike's "Futro" and "Wolf Grey/Electric Green" editions of the sneaker. Yellow accents are used on the customary branding and they sit alongside a selection of black accents that are used on the rubber outsole.

You can have a closer look at Nike's P-6000 "White Yellow" above and the sneaker will be available on the official Nike website and with select retailers in the coming weeks.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a look at KARHU's "Northern Lights" pack.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast