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).
Nike SB, Skateboarding, started off in 2002 so Nike can compete against other skateboarding brands such as DVS, DC, Globe, and Vans. It started off with just the Dunk models, and later on Nike signed Paul Rodriguez (P-Rod) with his own signature shoe. Also in 2005, Nike introduced the Blazer SB, a revamp of the 1970's model with Zoom Air insoles.
Nike SB is very popular because of the exclusiveness to only skateshops and their collaborations. These collaborations include MF Doom, De La Soul, Pee Wee Herman, Vanilla Ice, Tiffany Diamonds, and the mash-up of all of the Nike Dunk SB lows with the "What The Dunk."
With quite a few high profile releases already on tap, the “Nightshade” color scheme has claimed another silhouette. The vibrant shade of blue can be found throughout the entire upper of Brian Anderson’s Nike SB Project BA signature, with a touch of atomic mango featured on the laces, inner lining, and lace eyelet. Rounding out this new colorway, black and white take care of the Swooshes and midsole, respectively. The “Nightshade” Nike SB Project BA is available over at Flatspot, so head there to place your orders.
Fresh off its footbag-inspired “Hacky Sack” release this past weekend, the Nike SB Project BA has popped up in a much more simplistic style. This time around, Brian Anderson’s signature features a split upper made of white synthetic leather and beige nubuck. Laser Crimson takes care of the Swooshes, branding, and lace eyelet with a classic gum sole adding the finishing touches. The White/Beige/Laser Crimson Nike SB Project BA is available for purchase at retailers like Germany’s Suppa.
When it comes to creating works of art out of highly coveted pairs of kicks, Freehand Profit is certainly no stranger. In honor of 4/20, Freehand Profit reworked the “Skunk” Nike SB Dunk High into a gas mask that embodies the models potent nickname. From the tongue to the sole, and everything in between, all the shoes pieces come into in play as per usual. Now that the smoke has cleared and the smokers holiday has come and gone, go ahead and roll up the comments section and share your thoughts on this latest creation.
Since ditching its basketball origins for kickflip glory in the skate world, the Nike Blazer has amassed a stellar list of colorways. Adding to its profile is this camo-covered take on the Premium SE version, which adds a graphic touch to the fold. Composed largely of dark base grey paired with suede and canvas trimmings, the popular camouflage print is featured throughout the upper. Check out the “Camo Pack” Nike SB Blazer Premium SE and head over to Premier to cop a pair for $85.