May 26, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 3
Sneaker News just brought you word of the ‘Vino Rosso’ edition finally getting ready to arrive at retailers, but might you also be interested in a Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski colorway that instead of being defined by stains, is practically impervious to them? If so, look no further than this black suede Zoom Stefan Janoski SB, a reprisal of last June’s ‘Blackout’ Mids that also bears a passing resemblance to the totally black ‘All Weather’ edition that released a few months later. And given that we already had two somewhat similar Mids, it’s about time to see this standby colorup applied to the original Janoski signature silo. You’ll find more images after the jump below, then grab yours from a Nike SB retailer like Premier.
Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski
who gives a f about plaid insoles, of course they couldn't make a retro with wool .. the midnitefog swoosh and rope laces..and the leather ones..these are just nice compared to the OG 2009 release..but a nice cop...maybe a full black canvas would have been nice..
they released some just like these a couple years ago.... cept they were wool...and they had leather laces....and a plaid insolde.... basically they were a whole lot better than these