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2019

Nike Dunk Low X Off-White University Red

Two months ago, Virgil Abloh confirmed three Off-White™ x Nike SB Dunk Lows were on their way.

Thanks to Stadium Goods, we now have our best look yet at the upcoming “University Red” colorway dressing the aforementioned sneaker. The Nike Dunk Low X Off-White University Red sports a red and light grey upper finished off with a contrasting white midsole and red outsole. Off-White™’s signature additions include the zip ties dressed in full white hanging off of the orange hiking-inspired lacing system and orange accents featured on the lateral Swoosh insignias and tongue tab branding. Finally, Off-White™’s boldface iconography is embellished on the medial sides.

It is said that a “Pine Green” and Michigan-fitting “Gold/Navy” color scheme are slated to drop this month each retailing at $170 USD per pair.

Head over to Stadium Goods to be notified when the Off-White™ x Nike SB Dunk Low “University Red” drops.

Nike Dunk Low X Off-White University Red

Nike Dunk Low X Off-White University Red

Nike Dunk Low X Off-White University Red

Nike SB x Air Jordan 1

Following the successful launches of the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 collab this year, it looks like there's another iteration of the low-top coming down the pipeline.

According to info leaker py_rates, the upcoming SB X Jordan collab will sport a "Desert Ore/Royal Blue-Dark Powder Blue" colorway, but an early look at the shoe has yet to surface. Unlike the "Midnight Navy" and "Carolina Blue" low-tops, it appears that the new style won't be tied to the pro skater Eric Koston.

The latest colorway of the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low currently has a targeted release date of Dec. 6 for a retail price of $120. 


The Nike SB Dunk Low Night of Mischief is a limited edition SB that screams Halloween with holiday-themed elements including Jack-o'-lantern perforations on the orange leather vamp, purple web detailing and the words "Trick" and "Treat" on the left and right heel. The shoe drops October 19 on SNKRS and in select skate shops across North America.

Nike SB Dunk Low Night of Mischief Outsole Toebox



Nike SB Dunk Low Night of Mischief Insole


I am not into highs, but this high SB got my attention. It's a brand-new SB Dunk High Baroque Brown that's slated to be released next month. Presenting a luxurious earth-toned palette, these dunk highs make use of sporty grey fabric for its base, then overlay it with rich brown leather for a premium look that’s accented further by light brown contrast stitching. It comes with black Swooshes, collar trims, flat laces, while a clean and classic white midsole/black outsole combo completes the look. $100.

Image Credit: GQ

Supreme and Nike Skateboarding have reworked a classic silhouette, where each skate sneaker is vastly different from the other. Resonating with streetwear fans news and old, this Nike SB Dunk Low Supreme 2019, will surely be a beloved hypebeast sneaker to wow sneakerheads and streetwear fanatics alike. It features a leather upper with metallic leather toe panel, Zoom Air unit in the heel, and a jewel swoosh (most OG Dunk heads don't like). The Nike SB Dunk Low Supreme 2019 will be offered in three colorways: black and silver, navy and gold, and white and red.


Crafted from velvety nubuck calf leather, the Louis Vuitton 408 Trainer sneaker was inspired by vintage skateboarding sneakers, a favorite of Louis Vuitton Artistic Director Virgil Abloh. Signed with a rubber Vuitton signature and the iconic LV Initials, it features an innovative gel-injected outsole for extra comfort. Available in black and red colorways. $1,090.





Introducing the Vans AVE Pro!  The signature skate shoe designed for longtime Vans global team rider Anthony Van Engelen.

“With the AVE Pro—my first cupsole in 15 years—we achieved a completely transformed upper with Vans’ Rapidweld technology and improved the grip and boardfeel in the sole overall,” Van Engelen said. “This shoe for me was a natural progression toward making a durable, technical skate shoe. Not only does it deliver a lighter, longer lasting shoe for skating—but it’s an important step in innovation for Vans to pursue as the leader in skate shoes.”

The Vans AVE Pro features LuxLiner™ technology and the all-new UltimateWaffle outsole featuring an internal shank to keep flex in the forefoot, built-in impact cushioning with a full length Ultracush midsole, and unrivaled grip to present a shoe that has a familiar Vans feel and flexibility with the comfort and protection of a modern construction.The Vans AVE Pro will be available worldwide on August 22. TBA.


A fusion between traditional skate shoes and the '80s baller shoes, this Airwalk Prototype is definitely a head-turner. Used by skateboarders back in the day, it is an armored hightop that rocks sturdy leather uppers with synthetic tread overlays, EVA cushioned footbed and durable rubber outsole for premium traction. Available in various colorways. $80.




Skateboarding, a street sport, will debut at the 2020 Olympics in Japan.  However, there are some skateboarders who believe that skateboarding is not a "sport" and they do not want it exploited and transformed to fit into the Olympic program. They feel that it will change the face of skateboarding and its individuality and freedoms forever.

But for legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk, the inclusion will help the Olympics connect with a younger generation.

"I think it's long overdue and I think it's going to be great to see the new generation of skaters be recognized on that level and to have that sort of opportunity that generations past never got," Hawk told Alexandra Licata of Business Insider.

"At the same time, I don't think it's the end all to skateboarding's popularity or to skateboarding's journey. If anything, it's more that the Olympics needs this youth cool factor in their programming and they're going to get it with skateboarding in the summer games the way that they got it with snowboarding in the winter games."

Aside from skateboarding, the 2020 Games will welcome the additions of karate, surfing, and sport climbing. Baseball and softball will also return after being absent from the summer program since the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.


Nike SB teams up with the legendary folk-punk band the Violent Femmes for a special edition of his signature Janoski skate shoe. Featuring Violent Femmes labeling in bold yellow lettering plus custom art on the tongue and footbeds, these clean low tops are available only in limited quantities. It will be available online tomorrow at select skate shops Worldwide.





The Score, also built out with Michelin Performance rubber was designed around a one-piece toe for maximum flick and durability. The mesh tongue and collar lining and Foam Lite 1 insole provide comfort, as the EVA midsole and Michelin rubber outsole take over on the durability side of things. Backed by Matt Berger. $72.




Built with an outsole created from Michelin Performance rubber, this new Etnies Veer comes with an EVA Midsole for both durability and grip. It is presented in a slim streamlined silhouette that's well complemented with the thinly padded tongue and collar lining. This new skate shoes from Etnies is comfortable, flexible, durable, and has something to offer any type of skater. Available in various colorways. $75.




Tyshawn Jones is set to release a “Core Black” of his adidas signature shoe following the release of the “Collegiate Green” colorway. Inspired by basketball trainers but made really for skateboarding, his skate shoes reflect his own signature style. The adidas Tyshawn Core Black is built with comfort in mind, featuring a molded sockliner with an EVA midsole that cushions against impact. The adidas Tyshawn “Core Black” is now available at select retailers and adidas.com. The retail price tag is set at $85 USD.


After revealing two Nike Dunk Low with Futura colorways recently, it looks like Virgil Abloh and Off-White have yet another Dunk Low collab on the way, and this time in a green colorway.

This version looks cleaner than the Futura versions sporting a plain white upper with green overlays. There are Off-White motifs on the medial side of the shoe and comes with a set of orange hiking-style laces seen previously on the Futura collab.

Look for the Nike Dunk Low X Off-White “Green” to release later this year. Stay tuned to Skate Shoes PH for more info and check out the images below.




Following the release of the "Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low Midnight Navy" a month ago, Nike Skateboarding and Jordan Brand will be releasing another familiar colorway, the “UNC” colorway. This upcoming collab sports the OG “UNC” color scheme, featuring a White leather upper with University Blue overlays completed with Nike SB tongue labels. The Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “UNC” is slated to release on August 2nd for $110 USD via Nike SNKRS.



Nike SB Porcelain Dunk Low

Combining a white base with blue trims and accents, the Nike SB Porcelain Dunk Low will somehow remind you of the Lance Mountain‘s beloved Air Jordan 1s from 2014. Yup, these dunks tear away to blue under. Aside from being lows, that bulky silhouette, these shoes came with a cracked leather construction for a bold and unique style. Check the Nike SB Porcelain Dunk Low here, and expect a release at select SB stockists in the coming weeks as well.

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