Nike SB has paired up with Liverpool skate shop Lost Art to bring you two bangin’ limited edition kicks, the Project BA and the Bruin. The modern look of the Project BA joined by the classic silhouette of the Bruin team up to pay homage to the past, present and future of the great city of Liverpool.
Ten years after the release of the original P-Rod 1, Nike SB is re-releasing (in limited quantities) this iconic kick in their most classic colorway. True to the original P-Rod 1, you get a full grain leather upper, zoom air cushioning and a padded tongue and collar. A decade later and this shoe is still highly functional, with style as timeless as the man himself.
In the latest of new releases for the highly coveted Nike SB Dunk we have the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro Dark Magnet Grey/White/Red. With a bold look and inspiration from fantasy, these shoes are definitely not in Kansas anymore. The shoe starts off in traditional Dunk fashion, with a clear outsole and black midsole, but it only gets more fantastic from there.
Since 2008, Fast Times Skate Shop out of Melbourne, Australia has kept the down under scene laced up with skate goods. Having given so much back to the local rippers, it’s only right that Nike hook them up with the latest Support Your Local release. Introducing the Nike SB Fast Times Dunk Low Quick Strike. It’s awesome… totally awesome!
3 Feet High and Rising is widely known as a hip hop masterpiece. Back in 2005 the original De La Soul collab was released as a Dunk Low. This year, Nike SB brings you the Nike SB De La Soul Dunk High QS Shoes steaming hot and fresh out the kitchen.
Drawing inspiration from the iconic city of Portland, Oregon, the Nike SB Free “Rose City” is a must have for SB fans and Portland heads alike. Adorned with a classic camouflage pattern drawn from the tones of the Northwest, paired with black and red accents and firmly planted with white and gum—this quickstrike edition Nike SB is true to its roots.