CCS stopped by the Nike SB X Diamond Dunk pop up shop in downtown L.A. tonight with Steezus Christ to get all the info on their newest collab. CCS spoke with Diamond head honcho, Nick Tershay about the inspiration behind the shoe as well as pricing and release info at CCS.com. Their gonna go quick so make sure to get there while you can!
April 14, 2019 | edit by Max Hull
Quartersnacks is proud to present its third capsule collection with Nike SB, which will be available in skateshops on April 14, 2018.
Nike SB drops Nyjah Huston’s new 2018 part ‘Til Death and we are amazed.
It’s more fun when you’re having fun. Nike SB and Poler Stuff take the scenic route and celebrate their fourth collaboration by exploring their Oregonian backyard. Follow Donovon Piscopo, Kevin Terpening, Hugo Boserup and John Fitzgerald from Portland to the Oregon Coast and back.
Cyrus attacks the streets, pushing through crusty spots at full speed. The future is bright. This is Cyrus Bennett’s Elite Squad part.
15 seconds with Nike SB’s Ishod Wair.
There are levels to skateboarding. Few sit comfortably at the top. Shane O’Neill is one of those few.
Daryl sets up a fresh set of Ricta Naturals and cuts loose at the Nike training facility in Portland.
Spotted. Eric Koston picks Matthew Kennelly for #CheckMeSB Skater of the Month. Here’s why.
In an era where sneakers change hands between collectors for five and even six-figure sums, it’s sometimes hard to remember when kicks weren’t a ‘grail’ item for people worldwide. 15 years ago, sneakerheads were a subculture centered in New York, LA, London, Japan and the Internet. Then, in 2002, the Nike SB Dunk was introduced by Nike’s fledgling skateboarding division, and an 80s basketball shoe ignited both the world of skateboarding and sneaker culture.
Sean Malto’s February #CheckMeSB pick 👉 Chris Khan