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Nike SB Dunk Why So Sad

To raise awareness on Mental Health, Suicide Alertness, and Prevention, Scottish pro skateboarder John Rattray founded Why So Sad? as a biking and skating fundraising effort in 2017. Nike SB has taken notice of the movement and will collaborate with Why So Sad? on a Nike SB Dunk Low that will be released later this year.

The sneaker has a University Blue upper with Navy accents and a liner. The Swoosh appears to be rub-away plastic, showing a yellow Swoosh beneath. The Seagull of Why So Sad is displayed on the lateral heel of the shoe, while the heeltab is in red. Finally, the sneaker is completed with a white midsole and ice blue outsole.

Nike SB Dunk Why So Sad Release Date Information

The Nike SB Dunk Why So Sad is set to release later this year exclusively at Nike SB skate shops.  

Adidas Puma Brothers Feud

Adidas and Puma brothers are brothers! 

Today, both Puma and Adidas are huge fashion and shoe companies that are well-known all around the world in the 21st century. It appears as if Puma and Adidas are related in some manner. One might think that, if these two firms became people...they would share an uncanny resemblance.

It may come as a surprise to you, however Puma and Adidas are in fact related businesses after all!

The Puma story begins in the early 1900s, when Rudolf Dassler set out to create his own athletic shoe brand. Adolf, Rudolf's brother, founded another company called Adidas. Puma and Adidas are siblings!

Unfortunately, the Dassler brothers didn't see eye-to-eye somewhere along the line of business, leading to their firms' split. This compelled both brothers to leave their companies and go out on their own in order to achieve success for their own brands.

According to Business Insider, Adolf Dassler launched the brand Adidas just a year after his brother Rudolf Dassler created the soon-to-be-rival brand Puma. The two extremely well-known brands can be traced back to a now fascinating family quarrel. Neither Puma nor Adidas would exist today if it weren't for that quarrel.

In fact, Erich and Rudolph Dassler shared the same birthday (May 16), but fans thought it was a coincidence. The pair founded Gebrüder Dassler in 1919 (Geda for short) after initially collaborating on two-striped shoes. After the 1936 Olympics, when the German athletes wore their brand, sales increased dramatically for the Dassler brothers. Things were going swimmingly between Erich and Rudolph Dassler.

Then World War II began.

The tensions between the siblings grew and were obvious, regardless of their success in working together. Adolf's and Rudolf's wives despised one other, as did both women. Things deteriorated from there on. There were a series of events that pushed the two brothers further apart.

Rudolf and his wife were sitting in a bomb shelter when the Allied forces bombed the town. At that time, when Adolf and his wife showed up, Rudolf made a negative statement about the town being hit once more. It appears that Rudolf mixed up his brother's remark, thinking it was an individual attack against him and his reputation.

Furthermore, according to Vintage Sports, the Dassler brothers appear to have taken separate routes as a result of minor events. Rudolf was drafted into the army and served on the battlefront for his country. On the other hand, because Adolf's contribution as a shoemaker was judged more essential by the German government, he was not sent to war in Germany. Rudolf was furious, seeing it as his brother making money and selling shoes while he was on the frontlines with his life on the line.

The Allied forces wanted to take revenge on the remaining Nazi troops after the war. This meant that Rudolf had to go before the authorities and argue his case. Adolf snitched on him, claiming that he was collaborating with the Nazis, which resulted in another year of imprisonment for Rudolf. Rudolf tried to rat out his brother too, but Adolf's charges were dropped as a result of it. The Dassler brothers' relationship effectively came to an end at this point.

By 1948, the Dassler brother partnership had come to an end. The conflicts caused by the war and betrayal were just too much for either brother to handle. Negotiations for the firm had begun, and the division process began. Profits, employees, and equipment were all divided between the two brothers, with each departing on his own and never contacting the other again.

Adolf Dassler, better known as Adi, began his own shoe company in 1957. Later on, Adolf created his own footwear business, which he called after himself. To create Adidas, he took the first three letters of his nickname Adi and the last three letters of his surname Dassler. Both brothers continued to bicker about commercial issues in their usual contentious manner, which were all based on the happenstance and misunderstanding from years past.

The Dassler brothers' story is fascinating in terms of how a business partnership between two individuals might go sour through a variety of events. The Dassler siblings' talent was unquestionably undeniable, and both Rudolf and Adolf Dassler deserve credit for their hard work and dedication.

However, one must question if the Dassler brothers' split was the best move for the fashion business. Had the brothers not parted, Adidas and Puma may not be where they are today! Both brands were born as a result of a bitter rivalry between two men, and this has helped both of them grow.

Nike SB Nyjah Free 2

The Next Gen Nyjah Houston Skate Shoes

Skate into history with the sequel that allows you to go beyond your wildest dreams. The original design has been enhanced with mesh panels to allow your feet to remain cool throughout your most demanding skate sessions, and it is built to match Nyjah's distinctive style.

Where to Buy Nyjah Houston Skate Shoes

Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 is available online at Nike.com

Where to Buy Kryptonics Skateboards

The Kryptonics skateboards are great boards for any skater since they're equipped with heavy-duty Krypto "Beast" trucks. The decks are made of 9ply maple with a pro concave shape and double kicktail. The 53mm polyurethane injected wheels have traction grooves for additional grip and riding ability in the park or street. Established in 1965, Kryptonics™ is one of the most authentic skateboard brands and still remains an innovating force in the industry today. Highly recommended for starters and kids! 

 Where to Buy Kryptonics Skateboards

These skateboards for beginners and kids are available on amazon and on their website: https://www.kryptonics.com/

Puma Suede Skate

PUMA Suede Skate
is the game-changer that adapts with the times but never strays from its roots. The PUMA Suede's simple form and excellent board-outsole contact made it a favorite among skaters throughout the 1980s, when it was part of every street community. These puma suedes have been reimagined with embellished details specific to skateboarding. 

Where to Buy PUMA Suede Skate?

These are hard to come by these days, but you can find them on Facebook Marketplace or on Shopee/Lazada/ZeusPH. Just make sure to check for authenticity because there are fake puma suedes on the market.

Nike SB X HUF Dunk Low

The memory of Keith Hufnagel, the legendary skater who died in 2016, lives on.

HUF is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is more popular than ever, especially in Japan, according to sources. According to reports, a fourth HUF x Nike SB collaboration will be released in the form of the Nike SB Dunk Low.

HUF is a California-based skateboard apparel brand that is known for their collaborative Nike SB Dunk High and Air Trainer 1, as well as collaborating with Nike SB on another highly anticipated collection.

The Nike SB X HUF Dunk Low collection is made up of three colorways inspired by HUF's main cities: San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. The HUF x Nike SB Dunk Low "San Francisco" colorway, the HUF x Nike SB Dunk Low "New York" colorway, and the Hufnando Sk8-Hi Reissue round out the range. The distinctive tie-dye pattern will be on display on the midsole of the Dunk with HUF branding and other elements.

Where to Buy HUF X Nike SB Dunk Low

The Nike SB X HUF Dunk Low is anticipated to be released this year via Nike SB skate shops and SNKRS, according to Keith. Keep an eye out for updates on our Sneaker Release Dates page and on Skate Shoes PH. Forever, Keith.

Nike SB Jordan 4

According to rumors, Nike SB and Jordan Brand are reportedly planning a release next year. Although no photos have been released yet, it is said that the Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 collaboration is expected for 2023. The top portions of the shoes are said to be black, with "NIKE SB" logos appearing on the heels.

Following the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 High and Low's release in 2019 to commemorate AJ1s place in skateboarding history, a potential collaboration has been rumored. In 2014, Nike SB and Jordan Brand released an Air Jordan 1 High with Lance Mountain.

The rumored Nike SB Air Jordan 4 is expected to be released by Nike in 2023, though it will first appear at select skate shops.

New Balance Numeric 425

Back to basics with the New Balance Numeric 425 sneaker, which has a classic court design you're used to. These stylish skate shoes have a one-piece suede and synthetic upper with toe reinforcement for comfort and durability and a C-CAP wedge in the heel for extra comfort and support. These versatile skate shoes are also available in core hues for simple matching. $65.

Vans Sk8 Low

The Vans Sk8-Low, is a rework of the famous Vans high top shoe, which is made with a variety of colors and materials to create a familiar Sk8-Hi look in a lowtop model. This lace-up design, like its taller brother, has sturdy canvas and suede uppers and includes re-enforced toe caps, supportive padded collars, and signature rubber waffle outsoles.$60.

New Balance Numeric 425

Our NM425 returns to basics with a classic court design that you know and adore. The stunning skate shoes from Easton feature a one-piece suede and synthetic upper for comfort and durability, as well as a C-CAP wedge in the heel for added comfort and support. In addition, these adaptable skate shoes are available in core hues to makes styling simple. $65.



These OG skate shoes have that classic cool factor and style. An all-time classic that has that awesome board feel that you can expect from Vans. Vans Old Skool is a very comfortable skate shoe. Feels true to size. Goes with a lot of different looks. I would completely recommend these! Once they're worn in, they feel so good. $60.



Nike SB Dunk Low LA Dodgers

The Nike SB Dunk Low is dressed in a Deep Royal Blue, White, Sport Red, and Gum Light Brown color scheme. The Nike SB Dunk Low features a White leather base with Dodger Blue suede overlays and Red branded tongues and heels. The outer tongue tags have the “Welcome to Dodgers Stadium” letters and palm trees. The Gum rubber outsole with the Pink bubble gum markings on the right heel completes the look.

Nike SB Dunk Low LA Dodgers Release Information

Look for the Nike SB Dunk Low "Los Angeles Dodgers" to become available in the coming months at select skate shops and Nike.com for $110 USD.

Nike SB Dunk Low LA Dodgers Product Information

Color: Deep Royal Blue/White-Sport Red-Gum Light Brown

Style Code: DO9395-400

Release Date: 2022

Price: $110

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