Skateboarding’s Olympic debut may have been postponed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, but
Each pair uses a crisp white base, and alternates its Swooshes with pink and blue hues plus solid/outlined design iterations. Nyjah Huston‘s Zoom Spiridon-inspired Nyjah Free 2 adds a gradient fade on the collar, the new Bruin React — a shoe designed with assistance from Sean Malto — offers gradient heel tabs and stacked construction and Shane O’Neal‘s aptly-named Shane keeps things simple with minimalist pink and blue embellishments. Finally, the Janoski Slip offers a classic and sleek look to round off the pack. All styles in the quartet are also stamped with a set of coordinates that nod to the location of the Tokyo Games on the medial midsole.
All four pairs from Nike SB’s Tokyo Olympic-themed collection are available via the Nike webstore now. Prices range from $75-$100 USD.
Elsewhere in the world of skate footwear, Blondey McCoy teased a new adidas Superstar collaboration in the THAMES MMXX AW20 lookbook.