Nike 6.0 Mavrk 2 Low

Nike 6.0 has been getting stronger and stronger recently and these new Mavrk 2 Lows in suede and canvas are a great example.

This clean silhouette of the Mavrk 2 Low is very reminiscent of the Nike SB Janoski, but a more built up version. The main similarity lies in the branding on the tongue I guess. A slightly more sturdy looking shoe, the design is really smooth, which is complimented really well by the block colour and use of a singular material, be it suede or canvas. Once again we see Nike draw for the Tiffany-esque Blue that is mad popular and looks really good on the shoe. Why they felt the need to perforate the toebox on that one colour I do not know. what I do know is that this Low rendition of the Mavrk 2 is a lot nicer on the eye than the bulk of the Mid version.

All-in-all I’m really impressed by this shoe and it’s a good indicator of where Nike are taking their 6.0 brand over the next few seasons.

All colours are available now from for £55 exclusively before hitting the usual 6.0 retailers very soon.

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  • BKD

    the blues!

  • nonot

    Bought the black one a week ago, the shoe is sturdy looking and comfortable. Love it.
    Owned shoe: new balance rc 410, new balance 556 bgr, macbeth wallister, macbeth matthew tom delonge edition, vans old skool low.

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