All-red models seem to be the move, and Nike Skateboarding’s premier player isn’t missing the trend. The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski PR SE “Light Crimson” takes the low-cut skater and drenches it in fiery tones. Light crimson suede makes up most of this Stefan Janoski, while a gym red mudguard wrap around the upper. White contributes contrast on the Swoosh and sole, while a black inner lining and midsole stripe add detailing on this Nike SB that is available now at Premier.
Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski
Clad in canvas, everyone’s favorite boat shoe-inspired skate shoe lends itself to another colorway. The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas “Dark Mica Green” sees the topic tone cover said construction on the upper, residing above a classic vulcanized sole. Atomic orange accents the branding on this new release, available now at Nike.
It appears that the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski isn’t falling off anytime soon. A “Paisley” iD option adds longevity to both low and mid models, offering bandana print in red and black fashion. Preview sample pics for this new Janoski iD option below. Look for the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski “Paisley” iD to launch on January 27th at NIKEiD.
Already starting to hit its stride in the new year, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski is presented in another color swatch. Straddling the line between winter and spring, muted tones are met with vibrant ones, as dark mica green is used as a base for the skater, which features bold branding in atomic orange. You can pick up a pair of this Janoski over at Premier, available for $80.
Set to shred it up this year, Nike is poised to revisit the SB Zoom Stefan Janoski once again with some more analogous amour via a Light Crimson/White-Gym Red colorway. Teaming up on the upper, light crimson suede coats the sneaker, as gym red provides some assistance on the lower half. Stepping away from the monotone theme, black is seen on the ankle collar, in addition to the trim featured on the white vulcanized midsole. According to @NikeSB, if you’re interested in this Janoski, be on the lookout for them to drop sometime in early February, so stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates.
Bent on exploring all possible color options, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Premium SE is given a Night Factor/Crystal Mint colorway. Analogous hues take to the sueded upper of the low-profile skater, which bears a reinforced toe cap for wearer’s looking to get their money’s worth. Standardized with a white vulcanized midsole, green trim is seen encircling the lower portion of the sneaker. Check out this Janoski now at Nike where it’s available for purchase retailing for $90.
A skate shoe by definition, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski goes for a walk on the wild side with the “Rainbow Tiger” colorway. Simple yet ferocious, this upcoming Janoski features a white vulcanized midsole, which is trimmed in black and underlines the gradient tiger-striped upper. Where we often see an embroidered Swoosh, a no-sew replacement takes commend, seen in white on this sneaker. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for release info regarding this upcoming Nike SB offering.
If you’re a skateboarder who likes Pendleton products but isn’t into the Roshes or Air Force 1s included in the latest Nike N7 Collection, you’re in luck. Recently added to Nike’s customization site is the Pendleton x Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski iD. The Swoosh’s go-to skate sneaker can now by personalized with Pendleton’s famous wool on multiple portions of the upper. Samples of the iD option have surfaced to give you a hard image of what these quilted SBs look like. Check out the images below, and then skate to NIKEiD to make a pair of your own.