Skate Warehouse is dropping two new Nike Quickstrike shoes right here, right now. Read the full post for a breakdown complete with pics and specs of the Nike SB Janoski Max “Dazzle” QS and the Nike SB Blazer Low GT QS
We sharpied up cardboard signs. We put on ratty old loafers. We shredded the sleeves of our suit jackets and rubbed sour milk into the chest pockets. We grew gangly beards and started yelling apocalyptical rapture at passers by—yup, you guessed it, Skate Warehouse has officially joined the Doom Sayers Club!
“Isn’t life strange, and rad, and fucked up… Thank fucking skateboarding for the grounding and perspective in this shit stew of consumer capitalism and naked hypocrisy. Keep it raw. Keep it lurkie.” – The Anti Hero management.
Grant Taylor represents the forefront of skateboarding’s evolution, where death defying proportions meet technical wizardry to produce face-melting skate footage. Needless to say, the Nike SB GT, aka Nike SB Blazer Low “Grant Taylor” is a well deserved signature shoe and a welcome addition to the Swoosh roster. Now available at Skate Warehouse!
Nike has got a heavy squad, and they took some of their hardest hitters down to Austraila for some serious ripping. Check out Greyson Fletcher, Grant Taylor, Ben Raybourn and more get down on some gnarly transition skating. Filming, editing, song choice and of course the skating is all on point, as is expected from the boys over at Nike. Feast your eyes, here is Nike’s “Lord of the Pies”