Our Sneak Peek “Season of Firsts” is almost at its end, but not before we show you two more impressive collections. Today’s Season 4 episode takes place in San Antonio at the home of the first sneaker customizer featured, Jake Danklefs aka Dank Customs. Check out vintage runners, customs shoes in progress and the most classic collection we’ve ever spotlighted.
PF Flyers is stepping into the summer spotlight. The new PF Flyers Center Hi “Floral” Pack features a trio of style codes, each set in seasonal colorways. Utilizing the classic Center Hi silo in yet another fashion, this rendition is reworked in luxe materials and sublimated flowery prints. A rich twill upper houses a suede ankle patch and heel tape accents, dressed in multicolor tones. Get any of the three makeups today for $65 a piece from PF Flyers.
Spring is in full effect and the Nike Roshe Run is leaving its laces behind for an all new look. Laser crimson, white, and photo blue come together to cover the Nike Roshe Run Slip On’s laceless mesh build. Phylon sole in tact, this silhouette gives off the same Roshe vibe with an added level of comfort thrown in the mix. Making the hassle of tying shoes null and void, the Laser Crimson/White-Photo Blue Nike Roshe Run Slip On is available at select Nike retailers like Germany’s Suppa.
When it comes to Flyknit, “Mulitcolor” releases are now expected. Having already found itself on the receiving end of some colorful love, the Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 is back with another rainbow-inspired drop. Made for the ladies, this latest variation sports a white base that finds itself engulfed in a barrage of colors. Check out some detailed shots below and be sure to head over to Suppa if you want to add these to your repertoire.
We all know that skateboarding is a physically demanding sport. Providing skaters with a bit of comfort, thanks to its lightweight composition and flexibility, is the Nike SB Lunar One Shot. Further enhancing its profile is this brand new “Game Royal” version. With a refreshing application of game royal flowing throughout the entire two piece synthetic mesh upper, a slick camo-like graphic can be seen as well. White accents and a matching Lunarlon sole provide this latest release with a simple level of aesthetic balance. The Game Royal “Palm Camo” Nike SB Lunar One Shot is available right now at Flatspot for £80 ($134).
The Roshe Run has lost its laces. Removing the tying system and simplifying the design even further, the Nike Roshe Run Slip On is as straightforward as they come. Originally created around the idea of minimalism, this revision of the line trims it down even more. The Roshe Slip On features a one-piece mesh upper, riding on top of the same recognizable sole. Perforations on the top of the shoe keep it breathable, while a rubber ring makes them easy to slide on. The seen style code utilizes the killer combination of black and volt, accented by a white Swoosh. Get an up-close and personal look at the latest Roshe below, and grab a pair today for $75 from shopnicekicks.