Eric Koston’s second shoe from Nike Skateboarding, the Nike Koston 2 Shoes are almost in stock, and they’re not going to disappoint. The Koston 2 offers complete control. Similar to the Koston 1 but with some slight variations.
New contoured shape adds more support and a more conforming fit
Re-engineered outsole with improved flex and stability
Mesh rear exhaust and perforated side panels keep you cool with added interior airflow
Time to get your magic gnar on! The Adidas x Blood Wizard Adi Ease Collab Shoe has arrived at Skate Warehouse and will be ready to ship out on April first. This is a limited shoe release, coming straight from Adidas Skateboarding and Blood Wizard Skateboards, two champs in the skate game, and heading straight to the Skate Warehouse shoe section.
Skate Warehouse is lucky to be one of the few shops carrying this rare breed. We won’t have many and they’ll go quick. This collab shoe comes your way with a promo pack that includes stickers, patches, a coozie, and more!
Check out our sneak peek pics below and get ready to get wizardly.
Skate Warehouse just received the new Supra TK x Romar Stacks Shoes in Black/Burgundyand we’re stoked. We thought we’d throw up the video that goes with the kicks, some pics, and some words from Kevin Romar himself from the Supra site. Click the links below to head over to Skate Warehouseand pick up your pair today!The SUPRA Pro + Am Collection features four signature pro model shoes redesigned by four different ams. The first installment in the Pro + Am Collection is a Terry Kennedy signature Stacks with a Kevin Romar designed colorway.
The TK + Romar Stacks has a unique, black, nappy suede upper with burgundy accents, burgundy mesh lining, a PRO + AM sock liner and hang tag, all on a burgundy cup sole with white sidewalls.
“I got inspired by my hair: it’s nappy black,” Kevin said about the unique suede he selected for his shoe. “And I had to throw burgundy on there, that’s one of my favorite colors. It’s pretty much just burgundy and nappy, two things that go good together.”
Giving Kevin Romar a colorway on a Terry Kennedy Stacks was an obvious pairing since the two hail from Long Beach and have had a long-standing relationship since before becoming SUPRA teammates.
“I’ve known Kevin since he was young,” Terry said. “He used to be up there at El Dorado [Long Beach skatepark] all the time just ripping. Always cool, always quiet, always polite.”
“We’ve been homies ever since,” Kevin said. “And of course it’s his shoe—I like to skate in his shoe.”
The Nike SB Challenge Court Shoes in Swan/Green/Black are a legendary kick, featuring a retro inspired design based on the footwear of the great John McEnroe. Nike blends an ’80s style with the style of Gino Iannucci. It’s not Iannucci’s signature shoe from Nike, but he does present it in a classic and much anticipated video.
The Challenge Court is a mid top design with Nike detailing throughout. It sports a suede, leather, and synthetic upper with stitching at ollie area and toecap, and a thin tongue and collar. The Lunarlon foam drop in sockliner has been used for years in Nike running shoes and now joins the world of skateboarding. The Lunar foam sockliner makes for a skate shoe that is lightweight with a soft but super responsive cushion bed, protecting your feet from multiple impacts but not dampening the connectivity between your feet and the board.
We threw up some photos Nike SB added to their blog post about the Challenge below, as well as the video for the shoe .
“What sets it apart,” Erik Ellington said about his sixth signature shoe from SUPRA, “is if you walk into a store today, pretty much every shoe looks like a slip-on. [The Ellington] has that feeling of being simple, but at the same time it’s got a lot more technical features.”
The Trapasso Pro II Shoe is hitting the shelves soon at Skate Warehouse. Check out the video where Nick talks about the shoe and skates it. Head to Skate Warehouse to see our Converse collection and to find out when the shoe becomes available.