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Nike SB Stefan Janoski Mid – Spring 2013 Preview

July 4, 2012 BY / 1

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Sneaker News recently showed you how Salvation applies custom patterns to liven up Nike SB’s Stefan Janoski signature sneaker.  Meanwhile, Swoosh skateboarding sticks to its line and continues to craft subtle new takes on Stef’s sigs, including a new pattern manifested in triplicate on the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Mid.  Pictured alongside the black/white standby design for next spring are three relatively simple designs that might be easy to overlook were it not for the mint laces on the tonal red pair, or the fact that color must be on the outsole too, given that the ‘Bubble Gum’ edition is pictured with pink laces.  Add in a blacked-out neon-laced edition and you’ve got an understated variety here, all of which you’ll see in greater detail below.  via N-SB

 

 


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