October 25, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne
We’ve gotta stop for a second and give a tip of the hat to Nike’s snowboarding boot efforts as of late, with a barrage of bonkers pairs coming from that sector including the Air Jordan III and Nike Air 180 inspired versions. Up next is a design completely its own, the Nike Zoom Double Tongue Boot crafted with one Danny Kass in mind, the quickstrike release indeed sporting two tongues and a crazy fighter jet style look at goes way further than the Air Jordan V did with that inspiration. Stay with us after the jump for a complete look at the Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Boot which will drop in November for $350, along with a matching jacket for $320.
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After a two-year hiatus, Nike Snowboarding is bringing back a special edition Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Boot. Developed in close connection with Danny, the boot features a unique double tongue system, setting it apart from the original Nike Zoom Force 1 Boot.
The boot’s artwork takes its inspiration from classic American aviation and is designed to keep up with riders all day, all season and in all conditions.
Nike Snowboarding will also release a special edition Nike DK Van Patten Men’s Jacket that complements the Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Boot. With eye-catching durable Storm-FIT fabric, the Nike DK Van Patten Men’s Jacket keeps out wind, rain and snow in classic style. The jacket also features plenty of pockets and adjustable features which lend superb function to this insulated cold-weather jacket.
The Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Boot will be available in early November for a suggested retail price of $350. The Nike DK Van Patten Jacket will also be available for a suggested retail price of $320.