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Nike Mayfly : Kith NYC

It usually takes several years for a Nike Running release to earn a retro run from the Sportswear division, but here’s a case where we see the division jump in less than two years from debut. The Nike Mayfly came onto the scene just a few years back with a shockingly slight 4.8oz build for distance runs. These NSW-crafted pairs opt for a more luxurious casual approach as evidenced by suede detailing and one feature that never fails to denote a premium release: caramel leather, in this case on the sockliner. After a previously Asia-only release, the Fresh Mint and Black colorways have finally decided to hit North America at select Tier Zero accounts. Look for the release Friday, March 2nd at Kith Manhattan in-store only for $100 USD.

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Nike SB Dunk High “Cheech and Chong”

Although we’re a little past 4/20 (which was said to be the release date of these bad boys), Nike finally released the new “Cheech and Chong” Dunk recently as an official “Cinco de Mayo” drop. It was well worth the push back if you ask me, the kicks are fresh! They come with an extra pair of green laces and have been shipped to distributors. Stared at these for a little while..

Street Soccer-Themed Foosball Table

Street soccer-themed foosball table by I Have Pop for Nike.

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski New Colours

Nike SB drops a new colorway of its highly successful Zoom Stefan Janoski for Spring 2011. Arguably one of the nicer drops of the new season, the kicks pair suede and leather uppers in a nice combination of midnight fog with black accenting and white midsoles. Look for these now through participating Nike SB retailers, including Primitive. Retail is set at $69.99 USD.


Nike Clog

Johnny Kelly painted a pair of wooden clogs to look like Nike shoes for the Nike78 exhibition.

Nike SB Dunk Mid “Realtree Camo”

The Realtree camo is the main focus of the shoe. The camouflage was made specifically for great cover using a photo-realistic print. Overlaying on the camo is Dark Army and Orange Blaze bits, seen most prominently on the double stacked swoosh, inner liner and sole. Don’t forget that there is plenty of matching apparel to go along with the kicks. Look for the shoes now at dealers like from Premier.

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