Ever wish you could wear California’s flag on your feet? Who hasn’t, right? Vermont, sure; Arizona, why not; but California? Like, top three flag to be worn on shoes, says[...]
The Spring 2015 collection of Nike Skateboarding is looking remarkably strong so far, and it’s still five months away. We’ve already looked ahead to a tweed Janoski, a “Galaxy”-printed Lunar[...]
Nike Skateboarding has once again enlisted the help of Los Angeles-based skate shop Brooklyn Projects for a new design on the classic Dunk. The fruits of their collaborative labor is[...]
Eagerly awaited for months now, it seems Brooklyn Projects’ latest collaboration with Nike Skateboarding finally has a launch date.
The long-awaited Nike SB Dunk High Tie-Dye is finally turning up at retailers, including New York’s Extra Butter, tremendous news for the Bill Waltons of the sneaker world.
We roll out the crystal ball once more today, and take another look ahead to the Nike Skateboarding Spring 2015 collection and its Nike SB Dunk Low Gym Red/Sail-Gum Ligth[...]
Today brings yet another look ahead to the Nike Skateboarding Spring 2015 collection, in the form of the rather uniquely styled Nike SB Dunk Low Dark Magnet Grey/White-University Red, mixing[...]
Yet another look ahead to the Nike Skateboarding Spring 2015 collection today, with the Nike SB Dunk High Obsidian/Team Orange-White.
Skate website Quartersnacks is known for documenting NYC skate culture. Soon, they may be nearly as famous for an instant-classic Nike Skateboarding collaboration, dubbed the Quartersnacks x Nike SB Dunk[...]