Nike Challenge Court Mid – White – Blue – Red

May 28, 2012 BY

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We’re starting to get a better sense of how the whole thing is shaking out with the Dunk and Blazer lines (among others) sticking with the Nike SB division while their signature lines have been de-SB’d and made available through more channels than ever before. Models like Paul Rodriguez, Eric Koston and Stefan Janoski’s latest all dropped with this in common, and now comes a brand new design that while not featuring a specific rider’s name in its title, has his fingerprints all over its distinct yet familiar design. Longtime Nike SB pro Gino Iannucci contributed to this simulacrum of skate and classic basketball elements, the Nike Challenge Court Mid pictured above with much of its charm borrowed from the classic Court Force hightop. This first colorway furthers the old school vibe with a palette suitable for ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan; will the Challenge Court Mid be on your USA(B)-colored sneaker shopping list this summer now that Titolo is taking pre-orders?

Nike Challenge Court Mid
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