Tag Archives: NIKE SB
Concepts does it again commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Lobster Dunk, with the “Purple Lobsters” these will come with all extra laces and rubber band toe straps. We are only receiving this color way. These will be available in … Continue reading
These will be available Saturday 12/8 at noon. These will be first one first serve, sizes available are 7-12. Price is $85.
The Diamond Supply x Nike SB Dunks drop this Saturday November 10th, and due to an extremely high demand we are only offering these through a raffle. Both colors white and black are available in sizes 8-12 (all half sizes … Continue reading
These Ishod inspired mismatch colors look to good to pass up. Green with yellow highlights and vice versa. Thank you for your continued support!
Available now is the Nike SB Blazer QS. “Club 57″ These have all the bells and whistles you want in a blazer. In Store now.
In honor of the world losing Lewis Marnell, on 1/18/18 Nike will be releasing the Nike Dunk Mid Pro color way he made years ago. Lewis’ skating is as memorable as his smile and genuine positive outlook on life itself. … Continue reading
On Friday 12/15/17 at Noon we’ll be releasing the Nike SB x Soulland Dunk High and Low. The materials on these are amazing and the deconstructed Dunk is a thing of beauty to the eye and the foot. These are … Continue reading
On Saturday 11/11/17 at Noon we’ll be releasing the anticipated Nike Dunk Low Premium QS “Black Pigeon”. These are first come first serve. 1 Pair per customer. Supply is limited and demand is extremely high. We have sizes 8-13 they … Continue reading
“Lance Mountain’s take on the Blazer blends past inspiration and what’s to come. The left shoe’s heel reads “78” for the year the legend first laid eyes on the Blazer, the shoe worn by his childhood heroes. That era also … Continue reading
Part of the Nike SB Dunk’s 15-Year Anniversary celebration, Gino Iannucci’s perforated Dunk Lows return as a high-top this month. Not as contrived as many of today’s sneaker stories, Iannucci offered a simple explanation behind his original black and blue … Continue reading