These just released but they impressed. The original P-Rod was a sneaker I actually enjoyed. Owning a few versions, P-Rod’s original model was pretty cool for the mid-2000’s.
The original J-Rod was always elusive, especially because the price tag was rough. But the colors, details and accents were perfect. Over the years I have had a love/hate relationship with Rodriguez’s signature. But seeing them go back to the J-Rod look has made me a fan again. I couldn’t grab a pair (yet) but I love how they followed the same blocking and pattern as the original. The smooth lowtop looks more like a casual model than skate, which I’m okay with because I can’t skate worth anything.
You picked the Mag! Haha I almost put it on my list too ? and that luxury good NB…lawd
Although it wasn’t released, it was still one of the biggest “sneaker/nerd” days of the year lol
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