Look, here’s the thing with classic shoes: Most people can never accept that a tweaked version, a slightly modified take on that classic, can ever exceed the original.
No, Nike Skateboarding isn’t rolling out its own line of champagne. Sorry. But the corks? They’ve got you covered there, with the new Nike SB Dunk High Cork.
The Nike Dunk High Panda is revered as a classic of the NSW variety of Dunks, a 2008 collaboration with Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo that featured a hairy black-and-white upper inspired by[…]
Nike Sportswear is rolling out its latest themed collection, a stunning new mix of clean, minimal palettes and timeless gum outsoles on three of its most iconic models. It’s dubbed[…]
Could cork construction hold up against the wear and tear of serious skating? That’s the question asked and soon answered by the Nike SB Dunk High Cork, a visually stunning[…]
Back in 2008, Nike Sportswear collaborated with Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo to create the Dunk High Panda, a shoe that was visually informed by the zoo’s most famous resident, Ling Ling,[…]
Hate seeing spectacularly attractive shoes that, through some cruel twist of fate, you’ll probably never get a chance at buying? Avert your eyes then; this one’s a doozy. I give[…]
Nike Skateboarding’s enlisted Melbourne skate shop Fast Times for the latest in its collaborative Support Your Local series, which sees the brand team-up with independent skate shops for looks that[…]
Sometimes sneaker nicknames make no sense — [shudder] the Raptor VII, for example — but you just accept it, because the name is universally accepted and it makes discussing the[…]