Ishod Wair has his very own Dunk these days, a slimmer, deconstructed take on the hoops-turned-skate icon that strips out the extra layers and padded tongue for a more minimal[…]
Five years ago when Skatepark of Tampa got together with Nike Skateboarding and designer Todd Bratrud, they created one of the great collaborative Dunks of all time; the “Cigar” edition,[…]
Dress like a lumberjack, or like 35% or so of Portlanders, with the flannel-and-jeans Nike SB Dunk High Denim.
The fictional Swoosh Sporting Club is on fire this week, “collaborating” on superb style after superb style. First there was the two-tone grey Nike Dunk High Duck Hunt, and today[…]
Nike utilizes a tried and true collaboration technique on its latest Dunk CMFT, once again partnering with a fictional organization to assist with a bold new design.
The Pacific Northwest’s favorite mythical(?!) beast informs Nike Skateboarding’s favorite model this month.
Chinese New Year is just around the corner, a holiday that’s inspiring a number of Nikes this month, but it’s the Asian country to the east that seems to inspire[…]
Sure, it’s a fairly beloved feature, but there are certainly folks out there who don’t care for the Nike SB Dunk Low’s fat tongue, its ample cushioning through the collar.[…]
Everyone knows that opposites attract, but did you know that they often look damn good together, too? Such is the case with the latest from Nike Skateboarding anyway; the Nike[…]