The Nike Skateboarding Spring 2015 collection just never stops, despite still being six months off; not that there’s anything wrong with that! Today we take a break from the pro[...]
Category: Nike SB
Nike Skateboarding has a long history of appropriating classic Nike models. Taking shoes intended for running or basketball or soccer, shoes with the performance features that have endeared them to[...]
One of the month’s best Nike Skateboarding launches, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski EXP Crystal Mint/Ivory-Black is poised to hit shelves in the coming days.
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[...]
Is Galaxy print, the hottest sneaker pattern of 2012, making a comeback? We’ve seen it used sparingly on the upcoming LeBron 11 Low Black/Gum, and now some derivation of it[...]
Directly from the creative mind of Stefan Janoski himself, traditional tie-dye styling comes to two colorways of his namesake pro model this weekend.
Eagerly awaited for months now, it seems Brooklyn Projects’ latest collaboration with Nike Skateboarding finally has a launch date.
The hits keep coming for the Nike Skateboarding Spring 2015 line-up, and it’s only July 2014. Today we peer into the future once more, at the Nike SB Lunar Stefan[...]