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Nike SB Stefan Janoski Leather – Gradient Swoosh

April 4th, 2014 by | No comments

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If you’ve been paying attention to our constant sneaker previews then you no doubt spotted these new Nike Janoski styles in our Nike SB April 2014 preview. But if you missed that then don’t worry, as we’ve got some additional images of both pairs for you right here. The two new Janoskis both go with a textured leather for their uppers and have a little bit of perforation hiding up on the tongues, and they of course sport the titular gradient Swooshes. Take a look at each of them after the break and scoop them up today from Size? if you approve.

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Nike SB “Camo” Pack for Summer 2014

April 4th, 2014 by | No comments

nike sb camo pack summer 2014 Nike SB Camo Pack for Summer 2014

The desert camo Nike SB Stefan Janoski will have some complementary camouflage styles once it shows up at Nike SB shops for Summer 2014. There’s also a Nike SB Blazer and a Nike Satire Canvas that sport similar looks as far as the specific style of camo used. They do switch up the colors though, so each of the sneakers that make up the trio manages a distinct look. See what we mean by that after you flip through all the photos of them lined up below and check back in on Sneaker News to find out when these will be at your local sneaker spot.

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Is It Worth It? A Look Back at Crazy Sneaker Releases and Campouts

April 3rd, 2014 by | 56 comments

crazy sneaker releases Is It Worth It? A Look Back at Crazy Sneaker Releases and Campouts

In preparation of today’s in-store release of the Supreme Foamposites, hordes of sneakerheads and brand loyalists gathered at the store locations in New York and Los Angeles with hopes of acquiring a pair in person. The mayhem at the NYC location forced the NYPD the cancel the in-store release in New York due to safety concerns, and the thousands that showed up were forced to go home and wait for the online release. The events that unfolded are a reminder that Nike’s efforts to keep these types of releases strictly digital have produced positive results, especially with the higher frequency of high profile items. However not everything can be done through an RSVP or Twitter Link Only system, and there was a time when chaos on release dates was to be expected.

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Nike SB Dunk High “Cork” by JBF Customs

April 3rd, 2014 by | 23 comments

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The Nike LeBron X “Cork” hasn’t really had a lasting effect on Nike’s retail releases. Unlike other huge LeBron hits like say the “South Beach”, there haven’t been any follow up pairs that go down the same path. On the other hand the custom world has definitely taken a liking to the cork touch. JBF Customs is the one responsible for this Nike SB Dunk High that wears a corked texture that’s got some black pieces mixed in and just a little bit of suede and leather. Continue reading to see his handiwork and then get in touch with JBF Customs if you want a pair for yourself.

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The First Nike “What The” Sneaker

April 2nd, 2014 by | 25 comments

what the dunk nike sb The First Nike What The Sneaker

There has been much “What The” talk this week as Nike Basketball officially unveiled the wild What the LeBron 11 and What the KD 6 styles. For those that don’t know, the Nike SB “What the Dunk” creation from back in 2007 was the first Swoosh shoe featuring a mash up style, with a ton of classic Dunk releases decorating the asymmetric set. It wasn’t until the Nike Kobe VII in 2012 that Nike Basketball eventually picked up on the theme, but since then, the “What The” has been a go-to concept for creating high energy around the shoes. Regarding the Dunks; these were incredibly limited in release (no more than 300, allegedly), and were sold in conjunction with the launch of Nike SB’s first film “Nothing but the Truth”, and released only where the film was being screened. Continue reading for a detailed look at this Nike SB classic, a brainchild of designer James Arizumi, and then check out how much a pair will fetch you today on eBay.

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fragment design x Nike Blazer Low

March 29th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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It’s not easy to quantify the number of Nike sneakers that Fragment Design and Hiroshi Fujiwara have contributed to, thanks to the latter’s part in the mighty HTM design collective. Ending up with the Fragment stamp rather than the HTM one is this upcoming release previewed by Fujiwara himself, which features a clean beige makeup for the Nike Blazer Low silhouette (As far as we can tell this one isn’t of the SB variety). Take a full look at the shoes after the break and check back in on Sneaker News for release info.

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Nike SB Dunk High “Independence Day” 2014

March 27th, 2014 by | 14 comments

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The Nike SB Dunk High is the sneaker chosen by the wood-pushing subdivision of the Swoosh this year as the July 4th special. Pictured here is that upcoming release, which we can only assume will drop right around Independence Day. The upper is a dark affair that gets a star section around the heel, and the insoles further push the patriotic theme with their stars and stripes graphics. Get a better idea of what to expect from the shoes after the break and stay tuned to Sneaker News for further updates on this Nike SB Dunk High “Stars” for summer.

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