Nike SB Lunar Stefan Janoski

Camouflage has come and its overstayed its welcome for quite some time. It seems like the boys over at Nike think they can pull one over on us by changing the typical green and brown color scheme, but we’re no fools. Keeping the canvas upper intact on this SB…

Nike SB Free Nano

The construction of the Nike SB continues to become lighter and lighter with the Free Nano. Constructed in all red suede upper, the Nano’s grip and flexibility are maintained with the Free technology. The perforated ankle and heel allow for breathability while the midsole’s vulcanized inspiration is seen on…

Lost Art x Nike SB Bruin and Project BA Premium

The Liverpool skate scene was revitalized in 1999 by David Mackey when he opened the Lost Art Skate Shop. His collaboration with Nike pays tribute to the old and new parts of Liverpool and relinquishes old memories from when he first opened up shop. Paying tribute to the design…

Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “Maple Leaf”

Perfect pair for a winter closeout, the latest SB’s allow a subtle ease into Spring. Since ’85 the dunk low has been gracing us with it’s presence and this time around its gorge green tongue and lining are easily muted by the suede grey base. Black accents on the…

Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “Dorothy”

Follow the yellow brick road to one of the most aesthetically pleasing SB Dunk Low’s to date. Blue gingham lining, and ruby red laces are enough to let you know that Judy Garland as Dorothy was Nike SB’s latest inspiration. A white to grey gradient fade in the upper signals…

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max “New York City”

In a city where the people tend to wear black and only black 99% of the time, it only makes sense that the latest Janoski Max comes in an all black color scheme to acknowledge the urban streets of NYC that are paraded with high fashion. Designed with an…

Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “Fast Times”

Down Under is starting to receive appreciation for their skate scene via “Fast Times” collaboration with Nike SB. Melbourne Australia has been a home for an infamous amount of skaters. The skate shop “Fast Times” is releasing their very own first edition of Dunk Low SB’s in an acid…

Nike SB Dunk High “De La Soul”

When De La Soul debuted with “3 Feet High and Rising” in 1989, they stuck out like a sore thumb.  Released around the same time as N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton,” De La brought back the positivity of hip-hop that was starting to fade.  A critical darling, the album remains…

Nike SB Blazer Low Grant Taylor QS “Stratosphere”

Inspired by the Taylor family’s skate shop in Atlanta, Georgia, Grand Taylor’s newest Blazer low features something anyone who’s visited Georgia will recognize, the signature clay red color. Wrapped in red suede, this pair also features a few premium leather touches such as the “GT” tongue tag, and an…

Nike Free SB “Gym Red”

I think we can almost say that the running shoe has taken over. You can find a material, or technology that was once exclusive to a running shoe on almost any shoe from any brand. For those of us who embrace change this isn’t the worst thing that could…