Nike’s SB Zoom Stefan Janoski remains a staple for the brand, as a “Military Blue” colorway takes over the model. Suede and leather take their places on the low-top skater’s upper, both featured in the title color, with the perforated ankle collar and tongue seen in black. The embroidered Swoosh stands out in white, matching a blue trimmed vulcanized midsole. The “Military Blue” Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski is now available for pre-order at afew.
Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski
The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski celebrates a popular hobby via a crocheted look on the “Hacky Sack” colorway. Channeling the material found on a hacky sack, a canvas upper is the vehicle of the multicolored texture, featuring black trim, and a black embroidered Swoosh to match. A white midsole keeps the kick true to its origin form, with a herringbone bottom seen in a gum color. What are your thoughts on this Janoski? Drop them down below in the comments and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for further release details.
Nike Skateboarding’s premier signature silhouette is given a little texture in a shining style code to create the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas “Light Base Grey”. The mold’s minimalist aesthetics are given underlying detail, with a canvas upper and leather ankle collar, set in a beaming light base grey tone with a white liner. For contrast, a black Swoosh and tongue tag contribute to this Stefan Janoski, which is available now at Nike.
A casual stepper since its inception, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski’s versatility can’t be denied, as we get a glimpse of the recently released Medium Base Grey/Laser Crimson colorway. Out of the gate, the tone on the sneaker is set via a tumbled leather upper seen in a season-straddling medium base grey. Laser crimson takes over from there, presented on the gradient side Swooshes and also highlighted on the tongue tab branding. Peep the details of this new Janoski in the photos below, and head over to Flatspot to score a pair, where they’re available for £60 (~$99).
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.