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Twenty years on from its debut for the basketball court, the Air Force II has been made to skate. Inspired by Los Angeles skater Kevin Bradley, the white upper that wears down as you skate, revealing a hidden blue lining. An illustration of Bradley’s dog Jericho is featured on the sockliner, paying tribute to his notorious love of animals. You know what’s going on with the latest Nike SB Air Force II Low.
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.
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.
AN ICON RECODED FOR SKATE
With iconic Air Force II design lines and heritage, the Nike SB Air Force II Low Men’s Skateboarding Shoe nods to the hoops legend in a more flexible, lightweight silhouette made for skate.
This pair of Nike SB Janoski Lows were customized by NYC Street Artist & TA General Kwue Molly. The pair shown is 80% Completed. Once you decide on your shoe size & style, Kwue will complete the shoes like the ones shown in the gallery. Each Pair is custom & unique 1 of 1.
Custom Nike SB by Artist AL! Commissions available for any size & style!
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).
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.
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.
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 it. Since then, next-generation Nike Air Max shoes have become a hit with athletes and collectors by offering striking color combinations and reliable, lightweight cushioning.