Nike Skateboarding has had an impressive run of Dunk designs throughout 2014, both of the limited collab and GR varieties alike, and the brand shows no signs of slowing down[...]
Category: Nike SB
Despite having debuted way back in 1991, then going missing from shelves for far too long, the Nike ACG Mowabb is all of a sudden every shoe’s favorite muse. Three different[...]
In two months, Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art celebrates its tenth anniversary. The seminal book, documenting over 1,000 skateboard graphics from the preceding thirty years, was compiled by Sean[...]
An annual fixture in the Nike Running imprint, winter-ready “Shield Pack” updates are now coming to several Nike Skateboarding models. And here’s quite possibly the best of the bunch – the Nike[...]
Look, I’m not saying that camouflage works on any shoe, but there’s something about the pattern’s utalitarianism and the inherent functionality of skate shoes that make the two a perfect[...]
Set to release September 20, the 8five2 x Nike SB Lunar Stefan Janoski Black Patent represents the latest collaboration between Nike Skateboarding and an independent skateshop, Hong Kong’s 8five2.
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[...]