The announcement came last week and it’s bad news, buds. The highly sought after and one of a kind Black Sheep x Nike SB Dunks have officially been recalled and taken off the shelves. Our apologies to anyone who was hoping to pick these kicks up. See the official statement from Black Sheep in the post below. Stay up on many other Nike SB launches coming to Skate Warehouse in the future.
Emerica has just released the all new Emerica Reynolds Low Vulc Shoes. Kind of a cross between the Reynolds 3 and the cruisers, with a little bit of the old Herman shape thrown in. They bring all the same attributes of the original Reynolds Lows just vulcanized, which is something we can all cheer for. They also seem a little slimmer as well, which is a plus. Reynolds shoe models are always top shelf, ask anyone. This new vulc model will be sure to sit on that shelf with the rest of them. Pick up your pair today.
Inspired by the effortless style of Mark Appleyard, the GLOBE footwear team with Mark’s direction set out to design a shoe that embodies the Aloha spirit. This low top vulcanized shoe blends casual styling with high impact skate performance. The incredibly resilient PU “Shockbed” absorbs the heaviest of impacts while retaining it’s performance for the life of the shoe. The Mahalo comes in the highest grade shaved suede and canvas combination. Hawaii Tested, Mark Appleyard Approved!
This Saturday, June 7th, Skate Warehouse will be holding an in-store raffle to purchase the Nike SB x Jordan 1 “Lance Mountain” shoes at $150. Head out to our shop this Saturday to enter! Doors will open at 10am and raffle tickets will be handed out until the drawing begins promptly at noon. One ticket will be available per person due to our limited run. Only 22 pairs available (11 White and 11 Black). That’s it. You MUST be present at the time of the drawing, otherwise we’ll have to forfeit your ticket and move on to the next. Camping overnight won’t increase your chances and we are not accepting online sales or phone orders with this release. Your chance of getting a chosen ticket depends on the number of tickets given out.