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Nike Links up With Nathan Bell for a New Collaboration

Taking on the classic Cortez silhouette.

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Nike Links up With Nathan Bell for a New Collaboration

Taking on the classic Cortez silhouette.

Earlier this month, Nike debuted an eye-catching take on its Zoom Fly SP silhouette in collaboration with Nathan Bell. Now the Swoosh has once again tapped the Los Angeles-based artist for another capsule, this time taking on the classic Cortez silhouette.

Arriving in both a pastel pink and a white iteration, the shoe boasts Bell’s signature hand-drawn graphics across the sneaker, with “Last One Gets A Rotten Egg” motif as well as a “I Love 2 Run/I Hate 2 Run” text. The heel sports a unicorn-inspired Cortez doodle, finishing the shoe off with a quirky touch.

Retailing at $85 USD, both colorways of the Nathan Bell x Nike Cortez sneakers are available for purchase over at nike.com. Peep the sneaker in the gallery above, and let us know which color is your favorite.

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