By bridging the gap between skateboarding and the brand’s classic Cortez running shoe, this new style features all of the Cortez elements while also integrating skate-ready features that boast a modern twist on one of Nike’s most historic styles. This upcoming colorway of the BRSB welcomes green and orange colors in suede and nylon, nodding to its early days of road running. But to make things skate-friendly, Nike has added a full-length gum rubber sole along with translucent gum on the midsole strip.
Other materials of mesh and leather can also be spotted for the Swooshes and heels, along with a modernized React drop-in insole that you can see through the clear window on the midsole.
You can have a closer look at the new Nike SB Blue Ribbon above and it will be available on the official Nike store and select retailers in the coming weeks.
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