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2018


Check out this new Vans ANAHEIM FACTORY CLASSIC 98 DX, a lazy man's dream shoe that features a lace-free silhouette that isn't just easy to wear. It's also a solution for common style dilemmas like easily getting through airport security and packing for a vacation where there's no dress code. 

This shoe pays tribute to their first Vans factory in Anaheim, California, by borrowing details from the original Classic Slip-On and offering modernized comfort with upgraded UltraCush sockliners. The Anaheim Factory Classic Slip-On 98 DX comes with throwback details like the original style number and color palette or reissued prints, higher glossed foxing tape, original drill lining weight, and sturdy corduroy and suede uppers to complete the look. Available in Navy and Brown colorways. $85.



This Nike SB Dunk low is supposed to be released next year. However, Nike seems to have made a mistake a couple of days ago, by adding these shoes on their website. They pulled them out though, in a matter of minutes, and I guess the one who managed to buy these sneakers is the one selling on eBay right now. Not 100% sure though, but these have been made available also by Billys Tokyo a couple of weeks ago.

Anyway, if you are interested in buying this blue and beige version of the SB Dunk Low Pro, it is now available on eBay!

It's a clean colorway for the “everyday” sneakerhead. As opposed to the thick, OG Dunk Low, it offers a more lifestyle-ready sneaker that boasts a sleeker overall construction and a significantly thinner tongue. Classically color-blocked, this shoe boasts creamy suede overlays and dark blue leather underlays with hits of navy blue added in for contrast. No specific stateside release info yet, but expect to hear about its official drop date in the very near future. $90.

Nike SB Dunk Low Light Cream Blue
Style: BQ6817-200
Release Date: 2019




After the long wait, Nike SB X Concepts Collaboration saw its first official stateside release - it's today actually!

Now today, fans have been blessed with an opportunity to buy the shoes in-store (9AM EST) at Concepts Cambridge and New York and online at 11 AM EST.

Flash forward to 11 AM.

Unfortunately, according to reports, the Nike SB X Concepts Green Lobster Dunk Low amazingly sold out in under 5 minutes.

UPDATE: It looks like it was sold out even before it went live on their site :)

unin_vit8d


"Worst release ever, bots ate them all off of the back end at 11. They didn’t even upload to the front end for manual users until 11:35 and by then there was no stock left"

darealdayday


"Since deon and concepts cant stop the bots does anyone know of any good bots under 600 bucks"

sqxiax


"The most bot friendly release I've ever seen!"







Check out the official images of the Nike SB X Concepts Green Lobster Dunk Low below and stay tuned for new skate shoe releases.











The etnies Marana Michelin is an all-around skate shoe that comes with a Michelin car tire inspired tread that takes grip and flick to a whole new level. Its upper comes with a fused on, injected rubber toe cap to endure the harsh realities of skateboarding. Other salient features include a padded tongue and collar, Pro Foam 1 Polyurethane insole and full-length flex grooves in the 400 NBS rubber outsole for ultimate flexibility. It also has hidden lace loops for lace protection, while the outsole features an exposed STI Evolution Foam Icon logo and a beefy tread designed to last by including both a traditional herringbone and car tire-like tread pattern. $63.95.

Image Credit: Concepts
Acting as a companion to the Nike SB X Concepts Dunk Low “Purple Lobster,” this “Green Lobster” is dressed in various shades of green reminiscent of the Kyrie 4 “Lobster” silhouette. It comes with an upper that features a more toned down variants of green, while a vibrant lime color takes the outsole. Lastly, the checkerboard sockliner is also dressed in a complimentary green and white palette. Having already dropped in Shanghai, China and via the SNKRS app, the Concepts x Nike SB Green Lobster Dunk will be released TODAY (12/28) in Concepts' Cambridge and New York locations at 9:00AM. Please be respectful of each other. ONLINE RELEASE AT 11:00AM (EST). Note: All Concepts x Nike SB Green Lobster Dunk purchases include extra laces, rubber bands, and Concepts Ice Box

Nike SB X Concepts Dunk Low “Green Lobster" Official Release Date

Date: December 28, 2018
Location: Concepts, Cambridge and New York
Time: 9:00AM

ONLINE RELEASE AT 11:00AM (EST)

Image Credit: Concepts

Image Credit: Concepts










Image Credit: NikeSBorNothing

Earlier today, Nike.com seems to have made the mistake of releasing the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro 'Red & Beige' and the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro 'Blue & Beige' ahead of schedule. To backtrack a little – these sneakers were originally intended to drop next year in the U.S.

To those who caught the error and completed the check-out process, let us know if the order pushed through or not. As of now, there's no official release date for these 2 SBs, so be sure keep checking back here for the latest Nike SB 2019 release dates.


Etnies brings you Chris Joslin's first pro model shoe. Built for his style of aggressive, overpowered skateboarding, this skate shoe features a hidden toe cap (AKA undercover rubbers) that extends into the ollie area, pro foam 1 insoles, STI evolution foam midsoles, Outsole made with Michelin performance rubber compound, Elastic tongue straps, and well padded tongue and collar lining locks the front foot in place. Available in various colorways. $80.








Two-toned SBs make up the bulk of the early releases of Nike SB, and not surprisingly, these are among the most coveted as ‘daily beater’ SBs. The 2005 J-Pack is among the best of that category. Despite this pink-box release, not having any collabs with artists or skate shops, it continues to be a standout among the powerful 2005 line-up of SB releases. Dubbed the ‘J-Pack’, or ‘Jordan Pack’, it resembles the OG Black/Royal Air Jordan 1, and of course, the ‘Cookie Monster’ for obvious reasons.

2005 J-Pack
It seems that it has become the accepted moniker as future SB Dunk releases color-blocked in a similar manner would commonly be connected with the 2005 release as ‘Neon J-Pack’, ‘Tiffany J-Pack’, 'Royal J-Pack', J-Pack Breds.

Neon J-Pack
Image Credit: Premier - JPack Royal High and Breds

Image Credit: NSB - Tiffany J-Pack

This goes to show that not every hot release is a limited affair or an artist collab, so enjoy this Classics Revisited and let us know if you’ve got the J-Packs stashed in your closet.

Image Credit: NikeSBorNothing - Green J-Pack 2019

By the way, there will be another J-pack release next year (Rumor: July 2019), and it will be the J-Pack Green. For sure, it's going to be a quintessential SB Dunk too: a mix of high-quality Nike SV craftsmanship, and a touch of GREEN. Not the most subtle Dunk, but overall surprisingly manageable for a skate shoe with a Green Swoosh. Check out my rendered photo of the upcoming Green J-Pack below (LOL), and stay tuned for the official release info and images over the next couple of weeks or so.

2019 Green J-Pack (I just made this up LOL)

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