The Zoom Stefan Janoski continues experimenting with different materials and prints and even the occasional Velcro edition, but the shoe is also getting back to basics this summer. On a[…]
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If you’re like me, you’re far too important to waste valuable time tying your shoes. There are a lot of sandwiches in the world after all, and they’re not going[…]
Nike Skateboarding is set to unleash another wonder of fashion-meets-function design, and in a bold palette that seems to honor a classic predecessor.
You’ve waited weeks for it — although if you had the ingenuity of Doc Emmett Brown, you wouldn’t have had to — and it’s finally arrived, like a DeLorean from[…]
Little known fact about Nikeblog.com: We have a flux capacitor, a DeLorean and scads of plutonium, and we’ve used them to travel to the future. What did we see? A[…]
Inconspicuous conspicuousness at its best, the Nike SB Dunk High Obsidian Camo mixes together eye-catching styling with a pattern that’s literally created for the sake of subtlety. Because who doesn’t[…]
The wait is over: The Nike SB Dunk Low McFly has begun hitting retailers this week. Of course, if you have access to a flux capacitor, a DeLorean and scads[…]
Premium materials executed in fashionable simplicity is the name of the game on the latest Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski, a cool, neutral nod to the sartorial powers of grey.
Cambridge, MA’s Concepts has been a retail fixture for streetwear and skate culture the last couple decades, but lately they’ve been even more well-known for impeccable collaborations with Nike Skateboarding.[…]
In 2005, then-nascent skating brand Nike SB honored one of its favorite hip-hop groups, De La Soul, with two Dunks inspired by the band’s seminal debut album, 3 Feet High[…]