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VANS Old Skool – Violet Ice

$60.00 $50.00

Vans The Old Skool Pro, a Vans classic upgraded for enhanced performance, features suede, canvas, and leather uppers, single-wrap foxing tape, UltraCush™ HD sockliners to keep the foot close to the board while providing the highest level of impact cushioning, and Vans original waffle outsoles for superior grip and control. The Old Skool Pro also includes Duracap™ reinforcement rubber underlays in high wear areas for unrivaled durability.

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Old Skool Pro – Black / White

$60.00 $50.00

Vans The Old Skool Pro, a Vans classic upgraded for enhanced performance, features suede, canvas, and leather uppers, single-wrap foxing tape, UltraCush™ HD sockliners to keep the foot close to the board while providing the highest level of impact cushioning, and Vans original waffle outsoles for superior grip and control. The Old Skool Pro also includes Duracap™ reinforcement rubber underlays in high wear areas for unrivaled durability.

Vans Era Pro – Blackout Slip On

$55.00

Vans The Era Pro, a Vans classic upgraded for enhanced performance, features sturdy canvas and suede uppers, single-wrap foxing tape, UltraCush HD sockliners to keep the foot close to the board while providing the highest level of impact cushioning, and Vans original waffle outsoles for superior grip and control. The Era Pro also includes Duracap reinforcement rubber underlays in high wear areas for unrivaled durability.

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Blazer Low GT – Nike SB – Yellow Ochre

$75.00 $65.00

IN THE CLUB

The Nike SB Blazer Low GT Men’s Skateboarding Shoe offers responsive boardfeel, powerful grip and signature details inspired by ’80s country-club style.

IMPACT PROTECTION

A full-length foam midsole with Nike Zoom Air in the heel offers responsive boardfeel and durable impact protection to help cushion hard landings.

PREMIUM SUPPORT

A durable suede upper provides the supportive fit you need for any style of skating.

EXCELLENT GRIP

A flexible rubber outsole with herringbone tread delivers powerful grip on a variety of surfaces.

MORE DETAILS

  • Autoclave construction for a low-to-the-ground fit
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Nike SB Janoski Max – White/Black/Volt

$110.00 $70.00

LOW PROFILE WITH PREMIUM CUSHIONING

Designed with insights from a skateboarding legend, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max L Unisex Skateboarding Shoe provides excellent impact protection and a natural ride with a Max Air unit under the heel and deep flex grooves.

BENEFITS

  • Suede upper for style and comfort
  • One-piece construction for low-profile comfort
  • Lightweight Phylon midsole and Max Air unit under the heel for superb cushioning
  • EVA foam sockliner for additional cushioning
  • Deep vertical and horizontal flex grooves for natural range of motion
  • Solid rubber pods with herringbone traction pattern for boardfeel

NIKE AIR MAX ORIGINS

Nike’s revolutionary Air-Sole unit made its way into Nike footwear in the late ’70s. In 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 debuted with visible air in its heel, allowing fans more than just the feel of Air-Sole comfort—suddenly they could see

Nike SB Blazer Mid – Deconstruct – Black / Purple

$85.00

THE BLAZER, DECONSTRUCTED.

The Nike SB Zoom Blazer “Deconstructed” Men’s Skateboarding Shoe gets back to the essence of the original. There’s nothing unnecessary here—only premium material.

 

Classic and Clean

Supple full-grain leather inside and out delivers a natural fit and durability. The monochrome look is simple, allowing the classic design lines to shine.

 

Responsive Cushioning

A sockliner interior features Nike Zoom Air in the heel. This provides lightweight and responsive cushioning that snaps back upon impact for protection where you need it most.

 

Controlled Grip

A flexible vulcanized outsole construction keeps your feet low to the ground for better grip and boardfeel. The rubber herringbone outsole enhanced grip further.

 

 

 

BLAZER ORIGINS

The Blazer was introduced by Nike in 1972 and has since transformed into a modern style staple. Maturing from a simple canvas high top to a leather mid top and casual low top, this shoe just gets better.

Nike SB Blazer Mid – Deconstruct – Summit White

$85.00

AN ICON, DECONSTRUCTED.

 

Taking design cues from ’70s heritage footwear, the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid Deconstructed Men’s Skateboarding Shoe pairs a minimal upper with lightweight, responsive Nike Zoom Air cushioning. Its flexible design and herringbone traction pattern offer excellent boardfeel.

 

Benefits

 

  • Deconstructed leather and textile upper for breathable comfort
  • Nike Zoom Air in the sockliner provides low-profile cushioning
  • Outsole is fused to the upper for a low-to-the-ground feel
  • Non-marking rubber with herringbone pattern for excellent boardfeel

 

 

Blazer Origins

The Blazer was introduced by Nike in 1972 and has since transformed into a modern style staple. Maturing from a simple canvas high top to a leather mid top and casual low top, this shoe just gets better with age

Nike SB Dunk Low – Black / White / Gum

$90.00

INSPIRED BY SPORT, CRAFTED FOR COMFORT.
Inspired by the classic basketball shoe from 1985, the Nike SB Dunk Low Premium Men’s Skateboarding Shoe features a premium suede upper, and a responsive Nike Zoom Air unit to help cushion hard landings.

BENEFITS
• Sockliner contains a Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel for responsive cushioning
• EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
• Solid rubber outsole for traction and durability
• Forefoot pivot circle delivers multidirectional grip

NIKE DUNK ORIGINS
Be true—to your school colors, to your school of thought. That’s been the ethos driving the Nike Dunk since it launched in 1985. Back then, seven college basketball teams broke an unwritten rule and matched their Dunks to their uniforms. A riot of color ensued, and the Nike Dunk has been a symbol of individual expression ever since. Players, skaters and collectors picked up on the shoe and continue to influence it today.

Nike SB Stefan Janoski – OG – Black / Grey

$90.00

RESPONSIVE CUSHIONING AND BOARDFEEL
Designed with insights from a legendary athlete, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski OG Men’s Skateboarding Shoe features a premium suede upper and low-profile cushioning for a clean, classic look and responsive impact protection. A flexible rubber outsole with herringbone traction offers exceptional grip and boardfeel.
BENEFITS
• Suede upper provides durable comfort and a clean, classic look
• Perforations give you breathable comfort
• Sockliner with Nike Zoom unit for low-profile, responsive cushioning
• Rubber outsole with herringbone pattern delivers traction and flexibility
• Autoclave construction fuses the midsole and outsole for greater durability

Nike SB Dunk Low – Wolf Grey / Summit White

$90.00

Largely coated in muted shades that blend ideally with fall climate, Wolf Grey and Summit White marks much of the upper while contrasts appear courtesy of a light blue shade. This Nike SB Dunk Low “Wolf Grey” is available now.

 

INSPIRED BY SPORT, CRAFTED FOR COMFORT.

Inspired by the classic basketball shoe from 1985, the Nike SB Dunk Low Premium Men’s Skateboarding Shoe features a premium suede upper, and a responsive Nike Zoom Air unit to help cushion hard landings.

 

BENEFITS

  • Sockliner contains a Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel for responsive cushioning
  • EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
  • Solid rubber outsole for traction and durability
  • Forefoot pivot circle delivers multidirectional grip

 

NIKE DUNK ORIGINS

Be true—to your school colors, to your school of thought. That’s been the ethos driving the Nike Dunk since it launched in 1985. Back then, seven college basketball teams broke an unwritten rule and matched their Dunks to their uniforms. A riot of color ensued, and the Nike Dunk has been a symbol of individual expression ever since. Players, skaters and collectors picked up on the shoe and continue to influence it today.

Nike SB Dunk Mid – Orange Label – Black / White – CD6754 001

$95.00

Nike’s skateboarding division, founded by the late Sandy Bodecker, has gone through quite the winding path since its inception in 2002. SB has been responsible for some of the most coveted sneakers ever, serving as a true pillar to sneaker culture and storytelling through collaborations. Since its peak in 2005’s pink-box era, the business has gone through a few ups and more downs. It’s an all-too-common tradeoff when something so niche aims for a bigger platform, but the luster of the fat tongue has been creeping back over the last year.

As the foundation to what many see as the revival of Nike SB, the brand is taking it back its roots with the new Orange Label, a series of gear made exclusively for skateshops. With simple color-ups in materials that skaters love, the Orange Label will live as the core product offering for the skate community while special collaborations and projects add energy to the line. The first batch, revealed below, appears to be built similarly to the existing performance footwear on the market, although a new tongue label reveals the classic Nike SB symbol slightly rotated. This debut set is confirmed to release on March 1st exclusively at skateshops, so take a look below and shop your local to get your hands on these.

Nike SB Dunk High Pro – Black/White-Iguana

$100.00

The Nike SB Dunk High Pro Unisex Skateboarding Shoe originated on the West Coast courts and evolved into a skateboarding favorite. Featuring plush cushioning and great support, this classic shoe is available with leather, suede, mesh and nylon (material combinations vary by color).

BENEFITS

  • Overlays at the forefoot for support
  • EVA midsole for cushioning
  • Forefoot pivot circle for multi-directional traction
  • Mesh tongue and perforations at the upper for breathability

NIKE DUNK ORIGINS

Be true-to your school colors, to your school of thought. That’s been the ethos driving the Nike Dunk since it launched in 1985. Back then seven college basketball teams broke an unwritten rule and matched their Dunks to their uniforms. A riot of color ensued, and the Nike Dunk has been a symbol of individual expression ever since. Players, skaters and collectors picked up on the shoe and continue to influence it today.