Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski – Unreleased Samples

November 22, 2011 BY

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When it comes to Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski samples, most of what we’ve seen over the past couple years has eventually made its way to market.  Notable items previewed in this way include this year’s ‘Brogue’ Mids and the ‘Wino’ Quickstrike, but an even more radical departure from the Janoski’s base construction was in the works and might have even turned out to be the final verison of the shoe.  In a parallel universe, this sample version would have replaced the Zoom Stefan Janoski SB we’ve come to know and love, but it’s hard even with your best sci-fi/fantasy hats on, to imagine this edition outselling the hugely popular boat shoe-infused final release.  But you could argue that we got a taste of this design even if it didn’t have Stefan’s name attached, their classic skate style not all too dissimilar from the P-Rod 4 we got a short while after the Janoski debuted in 2009.  Do you agree Nike SB made the right call here?  Click through to see the non-boat Janoski samples and stick with Sneaker News for more rare Nike SB showoffs.  via N-SB

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