While relatively new within the brand’s storied catalog, the Nike SB Force 58 blends heritage design and modern-day performance well enough to have quickly garnered attention from diehard skaters and casual sneaker consumers alike. For its latest ensemble, the low-top silhouette has indulged in vibrant “Laser Orange” flair.
Constructed from a handful of smooth leather panels, the upper ostensibly resembles a certain “Be True To Your School”-related Nike Dunk High from 1985, though color-blocking and other details give Nike SB‘s offering an identity of its own. Miniature swooshes on the lateral toe box nod to some of the Oregon-based company’s more experimental designs, while the streamlined, ridge-laden and cupsole traction-donning sole unit offers a new tooling solution for one of the most influential action sports around.
Enjoy official images of the skate-ready pair here below, and anticipate a Nike.com drop in the coming weeks.
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