Nike SB Omar Salazar – Vulc Sole | Holiday 2011

March 1, 2011 BY

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Sneaker News has been showing you previews of Nike SB’s fall 2011 footwear collection since this past December and conspicuous by its absence is the Nike SB Zoom Omar Salazar.  The first skateboarding shoe to feature Flywire is notable for its translucent heel, which reveals the Zoom Air cushioning and serves to reinforce the shoe’s spacey theme.  But just as we’ve seen a couple NFW colorways come along and subtly flip the script, it’s time for a new sole on the Salazar, one that could at least in part explain the autumnal hiatus.  Check out the Nike SB Omar Salazar Pro Model with a vulcanized sole.  Coupled with an all-suede upper, these look considerably more like a traditional skate shoe and the toe in particular has us wondering if the P-Rod 4 will make a similar transition.  Click through to see more of the Vulcanized Omar Salazar and let us know how you feel about this new version, then stick with Sneaker News for updates on this Q4 ’11 release.  via N-SB

 
 

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