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Nike’s recent affinity for cork shoes once again works out to our benefit, with the debut of the wildly-attractive, reportedly-upcoming Nike SB Dunk High Cork.
The history of Nike Skateboarding’s “Support Your Local” initiative — a series of collaborations with independent skateshops worldwide — has produced a number of unequivocal classics. At the moment we[...]
We’re midway through September now; that most frightening of nights is scarcely a month away. Prepare for your All Hallow’s Eve festivities with a shoe that celebrates jack-o-lanterns, trick-or-treaters and[...]
The latest Nike Skateboarding “Support Your Local” collaboration, a series of team-ups with independent companies in the skate industry, has been leaked today, and you may be looking at one[...]
The first name in New York skateboarding — and in documenting the culture online, for a truly global audience — Quartersnacks.com is the latest to collaborate with Nike Skateboarding on[...]
As previously reported, the Nike SB Dunk Low Beijing release date is slated for this Saturday, September 13. Today, official photos!