Poler x Nike SB Janoski Slip-On Adds Premium Suede Into the Mix

“Business in the front, party in the back.”

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Nike SB‘s famed Janoski Slip-On model is back with a casual makeover. Alongside the brand Poler, this iteration hosts a premium suede upper in navy. Its midsole is treated in white as the outsole sees pink to complement its upper. On the heel you’ll find a special embossed character designed by Poler as a nod to the line’s heritage. The Janoski logo is added to the tongue while Nike‘s Swoosh hit is on the lateral and medial side.

Releasing on February 3, the Poler x Nike SB Janoski Slip-On will be made available in limited quantities at select Nike SB retailers and nike.com. Recently the Zoom Stefan Janoski was dipped in “Elemental Pink.”

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