Slap Magazine x Nike SB Abbington

Slap, one of the original skateboarding magazines, collaborated with Nike SB to commemorate its 15th anniversary. The collaboration uses Nike SB’s Abbington as the base with all 15 covers of the magazine printed. It is mainly black with blue toe and heel accents and an embroidered roman numeral, XV, on the front. These will only be available in select shops in the U.S. Source: Miszapas

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Slap, one of the original skateboarding magazines, collaborated with Nike SB to commemorate its 15th anniversary. The collaboration uses Nike SB’s Abbington as the base with all 15 covers of the magazine printed. It is mainly black with blue toe and heel accents and an embroidered roman numeral, XV, on the front. These will only be available in select shops in the U.S.

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