Like peanut butter and jelly, America and baseball, beer and BBQ and more beer, Vans and Anti-Hero go together hand in hand. A match made in the shadows of a 10ft concrete bowl. With the release of the highly anticipated Vans video on the horizon and the fact that nearly all of the 1-8 squad are reppin’ wafflegrip, it was only a matter of time before they hit us with the Vans x Anti Hero collab. Both Vans and Anti-Hero are deeply rooted and committed to skateboarding, the way it should be. Just ask the guy silently killing the big wall at your local park, chances are he’s skating Vans and Anti-Hero.
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.
Get Up, Get Down! The all-new Adidas ADV Boost is the next big thing to help keep you skating longer. The ADV Boost features Boost™ foam which increases impact absorption while speeding up and increasing energy return. All these features add up to create a premuim skateboarding shoe with more comfort throughout longer sessions. Available now at Skate Warehouse!
Nyjah Huston’s new pro model with DC Shoes is more than just another pro model. It looks like DC consulted Stark Industries on this one and they’re releasing their most technically advanced footwear to date. While it’s now true that we can count DC among the brands pushing $100+ shoes, these kicks will earn their higher price tag and prove to be a game changer. Impact protection, durability, breathability, traction, board feel—every feature in the DC N2 is derived from top-shelf DC tech. If that weren’t enough already, the N2 officially introduces a new outsole material to the world: Super Rubber.
Drop an anchor when they’re not on your feet, ‘cuz the Emerica Reynolds Cruiser LT shoes are light enough to float away. The creator and owner of Baker Skateboards, Andrew Reynolds, brings you a thinner, narrower, lighter version of the Reynolds Cruiser. Lets break ’em down.