Footwear options are at the center of the offerings, with the Bruin High — a shoe that could be mistaken for a Nike Blazer at first glance — featuring a full maroon leather upper accented by maroon fabric heel pieces and tongues plus a black midsole and gum outsole. While the Bruin is bold, the slip-on SB Janoski is subtle, using a tonal black finish with blue insoles. Both feature Zoom Air embedded in the insole’s heel for responsive, skate-ready cushioning.
Apparel consists of black and yellow jackets with zipper pockets, a thermal shirt, fleece henley, pants and a beanie. Much like with the shoes, branding is kept to a minimum as the simple-yet-effective designs do much of the talking.
As Baker’s collection was crafted under Nike SB’s preferential Orange Label sub-division, it’ll be available exclusively at specialty skate shops on March 7.