Nike SB rider Ishod Wair is finally getting his own shoe in 2016. Whether or not the Nike SB Dunk Low IW is technically a pro model is up for[…]
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One of Nike Skateboarding’s most acclaimed riders just got his own edition of the brand’s most iconic silhouette.
Debuted as a “Great Tennis Shoe” back in 1993, the GTS quickly became a fixture in the skateboarding scene, owing to its durable, supportive upper and sure-footed traction — sought-after[…]
Nike SB returns to a well-liked concept with its latest take on the iconic Dunk High: griptape.
In 2005, while the Nike SB design team was working on the first Paul Rodriguez pro model, Paul made a simple statement to them: “I want my own Jordan.” Geez,[…]
Nike Skateboarding’s best pro model, the Zoom Stefan Janoski, meets that greatest of American fashion statements: denim. The result, predictably, is perfect.
Paul Rodriguez’s affinity for Michael Jordan and his classic kicks inspire the latest pair of P-Rods: the Jordan x Nike SB P-Rod 9 Elite.
Part two of this year’s collaboration between Nike and Poler Outdoor Stuff has revealed itself. Following up its work on the rugged, go-anywhere Poler Dunk High OMS, the popular Portland[…]
This week, Cincinnati’s UNheardof Brand and Anonymous Skateshop officially take the wraps off their Nike Skateboarding collaboration, a two-pack of Dunks inspired by the 1990 World Series and its participants,[…]
In 1990, the Cincinnati Reds upset the Oakland Athletics to win the World Series, just as the US was beginning its involvement in the Gulf War. Once again, America’s pastime[…]