October 18th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
The fragment design x Nike SB team up isn’t done quite yet. Adding on to the pile that’s already out there is this, a trio of new Nike SB Eric Koston models that have the double-bolt logo on the back end. The set provides a much more colorful alternative to that rather muted duo that introduced us to the project. Of course now that we know that more Koston pairs are coming, the question remains whether or not the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski will be getting the same treatment. Continue reading to see the new RGB set and stay tuned to find out when they’ll be in the US.
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September 26th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
Good news-it appears the Hiroshi Fujiwara’s take on the Nike SB Zoom Koston 1 will indeed be making its way to US retailers. Keep in mind that the Janoski versions have already come (And in some cases gone), but this is the first we’re seeing of Eric Koston’s silhouette featuring the fragment logo over here in the US. Remember too that this isn’t the only pair that’s out there, there’s also a red suede that we’re still waiting on. See the shoes in better detail below and grab your pair from Premier today.
Nike SB Eric Koston
Style Code: 628983-001
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July 1st, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Unlike in the real world (or at least the northern hemisphere, anyway) when July 1st is among the longest and usually warmest days of the entire year, the first day of Q3 starts the fall season for fashion. And it’s clear Nike Skateboarding is looking to help you ready for the inevitable decline into autumn, this collection of Nike SB footwear for July taking a significant turn toward richer, earthy colorways. We’ll start with the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro that takes its colors from the UK’s passports, a model that lends its deep red to the sockliner of the Blazer High SB in Classic Charcoal and Halo. The Stefan Janoski signature series gets two new models with a City Navy suede Mid and a black canvas and brass Low while Paul Rodriguez also gets two new shoes in the form of V-Rod and P-Rod 2.5s. Rounding out the group is an all but blacked-out Eric Koston 1 with a gum sole, and you can see all of these in more detail when you click on the jump below. Let us know which pairs catch your eye and look for these at Nike SB account worldwide.
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