The Nike SB Dunk High, that beloved confluence of on-board comfort and timeless good looks, goes classically simple on its latest. I mean, really: Does any shoe classically simple quite[…]
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Ishod Wair’s influence is one of the best things to come to the Nike SB Dunk in quite some time. Thankfully, colorways of his unique iteration of the shoe show[…]
Los Angeles-based artist Geoff McFetridge is a favorite collaborator of Nike Skateboarding, having brought his unique style and visual storytelling to projects like the “handwritten” Blazer and an actual paper[…]
We’ve seen all manner of leathers and textiles on the Nike SB Dunk before — All. Manner. — yet we’ve never quite seen this before.
All too often, Nike SB Dunks don’t see a firm release date; they just start showing up on shelves at some point with little to no advance notice. Thankfully, considering[…]
Sure, the slip-on Janoski is set to debut in the coming days, but fear not, traditionalists; the classic version still has plenty of dope drops on tap.
One of Nike Skateboarding’s most beloved and oft remixed silhouettes, the Zoom Stefan Janoski is set to roll out its latest reimagining in the days ahead: the Nike SB Stefan[…]
Nike Skateboarding has had fun with the 4/20 theme before, dropping Dunks like the Skunk, Hacky Sack and Cheech and Chong around April 20 as a subtle nod to the[…]
Ishod Wair’s slimmer, more deconstructed Dunk SB has had an impressive rollout over the last couple of months, but it’s most unique look remains on the horizon.
Nike’s history is intertwined with the waffle iron, Bill Bowerman’s experiments with that particular kitchen utensil laying the groundwork for so many of their running shoes, but an upcoming Nike[…]