Nike SB, Originator Of The “What The” Look, Returns To The Theme For P-Rod’s SB Dunk

Paul Rodriguez has been a NIKE, Inc. signature athlete since 2005. Over the last 16 years, the California-native has joined the exclusive club of Nike...

By Jovani Hernandez April 6, 2021

Nike “Shoe Therapy” Short Refreshes The Classic “It’s Gotta Be The Shoes” Ad

Ever since Spike declared that “it’s gotta be the shoes” to Mike back in 1989, Nike has playfully explored the relationship between consumer and product...

By Ross Dwyer April 13, 2018

The Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 9 Elite “J-Rod” Has A Release Date

The worlds of Paul Rodriguez and Michael Jordan collied once again, for the “J-Rod” edition of the Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 9 Elite. Recalling the...

By Zack Schlemmer December 11, 2015

Nike SB P-Rod 9 – Black – Metallic Gold

The Elite version may be available in the US right now, but we’re still waiting on the base model of the Nike Paul Rodriguez 9...

By Patrick Johnson August 1, 2015

The New Nike SB P-Rod 9 Has Something In Common With The LeBron 12

Historically, skateboarders have always been resistant to technological updates when it comes to their shoes. While the advancements in the footwear of other sports like...

By Zack Schlemmer July 1, 2015

First Look At The Nike SB P-Rod 9 Elite

Paul Rodriguez, Nike SB’s longest-running signature athlete, has a new shoe out, and we don’t mean the recent Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration with his...

By John Kim June 29, 2015

Nike SB P-Rod 8 – Black – Metallic Silver

The Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 8 skates on into the new year with another stellar colorway. Up next for the high-performance signature for P-Rod is...

By Zack Schlemmer December 27, 2014

Nike SB P-Rod 8 – Grey – Green Glow

The Nike SB P-Rod 8 is set to make its debut this weekend in two different colorways. One of them is that black/blue that is...

By Brendan Dunne June 12, 2014

June 2014 Sneaker Releases

All the June, 2014 sneaker release dates that are fit to print are waiting for you right here. While the month’s calendar has yet to...

By Brendan Dunne June 2, 2014