The Air Jordan 1, the Air Force 1, and other footwear now include Swoosh emblems with brush strokes. The Nike PG 6 is now presented in its most artistic form ever as it seeps out of the boundaries of Nike Sportswear and onto a performance model.

This sneaker sounds like a piece of art

On both the medial and lateral sides, the same brush-stroke-style logos can be seen, with more colors pouring out to make the logo bigger than on prior in-line PG 6 releases. An abstract mosaic of blue, pink, and citrus orange is made up of color blots on the mesh top. A pure white outsole serves as the canvas for this work of art while the remainder of the shoe is color-blocked with the same summer-appropriate color scheme.


The Nike PG 6 has seen a number of Swoosh-y colorways in its short history, but this new Brushstroke option might be the most impressive yet. Just one look at the photos below and you’ll see that the high-top meant to honor the art of brushstrokes is literally well-balanced.