• Home
  • Magazine
  • FEATURED
  • jordan release dates
  • sneaker release dates
  • categories
    • LeBron 12
    • Air Jordan XX9
    • kd 7
    • Roshe Run
    • Jordans
    • Kobe 9
    • Adidas
    • Just Released
    • Upcoming
  • air jordan history
  • nike sb archive

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Mid ‘Blackout’ | Available

June 22, 2011 BY / 0

0.00 / 5 (NO VOTES YET)
RATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOERATE THIS SHOE
Loading...Loading...

The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski series is known for having some of the cleanest colorways in the skate sneaker world, something you’d expect from the first skateboarding shoe ‘mature’ enough to infuse classic boat shoe inspiration.  In fact, the Stefan Janoski signature is so simply satisfying that despite using the same colors as its initial release, this new Mid looks quite fresh in black and white.  That’s because of the blocking on this new pair, which eschews all white save the tongue tag embroidery in favor of a blacked-out look that’s considerably more aggressive than the first black/white joints.  Click through for a closer look at this ‘Below the Line’ release available exclusively in-store at select Nike SB retailers, and look for yours at shops like MIA.

 

Filed under: Just Released Nike SB Skate

Tags:

0 comments


Top Categories

  • Just Released
  • Nike Air Max
  • Nike Air Force 1s
  • Nike SB
  • Dunk
  • Air Jordan
  • Basketball
  • LeBron
  • Adidas
  • Running
  • Collaboration
  • Nike Retro
  • Upcoming Sneakers
  • Skate
  • eBay
  • Lifestyle Sneakers

Archives

Sneaker News Newsletter

Related posts

Nike Skateboarding “Flash Pack” – Release Date by Patrick Johnson 1 Comments

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Mid “Tiger Stripe” by Aaron Hope 0 Comments

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Mid “Tonal Red” by Brendan Dunne 5 Comments

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Mid – Dark Base Grey – Black – Purple by Aaron Hope 1 Comments

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Mid – Night Factor – Crystal Mint – Light Crimson by Aaron Hope 1 Comments