July 21st, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Is Nike’s new Blue Recall shade a hint at reflected light ‘remembering’ what it was like to be moving just a tiny bit faster? Because the newly introduced shade is about as close to purple as you can get and still call it blue. Turns out it looks quite nice in leather against the black suede body of a Nike SB Blazer Low, and a white vulcanized sole finishes off the simply satisfying design. Click through to see more angles, let us know if this August 2011 release is too subdued for you or if they’re right up your alley, and look to grab them from a Nike SB retailer like the UK’s Flatspot.
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July 18th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Unless you’re the person in your area who decided to parlay the information superhighway into a plush career walking your wealthy neighbors dogs, August is the only month of the year that lacks a significant (read: time off from work) holiday. National Dog Day is on the 26th of next month, but you won’t have to wait nearly that long for the next shipment of Nike SB footwear, which happens to include a birthday celebration in the form of the Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 5 debut. The P-Rod 5 will release in two Chicago Bulls-style LunarLon-cushioned colorways, the Blazer Low SB and recently revived Zoom Harbor SB filling in for the vulcanized sole side of things for the V-Rod and P-Rod set to take a month off. Also riding an autoclaved sole is the Zoom Stefan Janoski SB, which looks a bit different this month thanks to the ‘Boat Shoe’ variant with its unprecedented heel lace on the Dark Oak edition, a Jetstream pair keeping with the sleeker OG design. Last but not least are the Dunk Mid Pro SB in black and white with a gum sole and the ‘Tiffany’ Koston 1s, and you can see images of all of these when you click on the jump below. Let us know which pairs you plan to purchase and stick with Sneaker News for updates on their availibility.
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