From starting college at 14 to “doing computer stuff” for NASA, brothers Osama and Ayman Abdeldayem of Carpet Company sit down with SNKRS for an extended chat about their recent SB Dunk High.
From Dubai with love. The habibis at Carpet Company head to the UAE with Mason Padilla, Quinn Batley, Karim Abdul Callender, and Rashad Murray.
For Nike’s next Not Here By Luck episode, we head to Germany to catch up with Lea Schairer, who underwent knee surgery in 2019 and fought her way back to full strength just before lockdown began in early 2020.
From NYC bodegas to food carts across the globe, street food fuels skateboarders on their never-ending journey through concrete jungles. In China, street food vendors known as “hawkers” play a vital roll sustaining a skate diet, so Nike ventured to Guangzhou and Chengdu to sample the perfect spots and equally tasty hot pots for the launch of the Street Hawker Dunk Low. Featuring Che Lin, Xi Gua, Xiang Tian Yi, CK, Mouse, Brandon, and Benjamin Mullinkosson.
From Shane’s signature launch to Mason Silva winning SOTY, to a full-length from the Japan team, the Hopefuls and Nopefuls Texas-Canada tour, to the always entertaining Euro squad, if 2020 taught us anything, it’s that skateboarders will always find a way to roll. Here’s the Best of 2020 from Nike Skateboarding.
Ben Lawrie welcomes the Nike SB Australia team to his hometown of Melbourne, Vic. Jack O’Grady, Rowan Davis, Noah Nayef, recent transplant Riley Pavey, and a slew of others wreak havoc on the city. Brass returns home while Aussie legend Anthony Mapstone holds his own among the new kids on the block. Even Malto makes an appearance. Welcome to Melbourne. Featuring Riley Pavey, Corey Young, Raph Langslow, Jack O’Grady, Hayley Wilson, Harry McEvoy, Max Couling, Sean Malto, Kieran Woolley, Noah Nayef, Rowan Davis, Sam Sutton, Anthony Mapstone, Ben Lawrie, Nick Boserio and Harry Clark.
100 Kickflips In The Nike SB Holiday Special Dunks By Sean Cliver. We know that you know what 100 kickflips in a Dunk Low Looks like by this point, but have you ever seen one where the holiday suede dusts off like Christmas Tree flocking?
The great Norwegian summer vacation, known as norgesferie to locals, wrapped up a few months ago. The great Norwegian summer video seen here, also known as Norgesferie, features Karsten Kleppan, Didrik Galasso, Jan Henrik Kongstein, and friends. Enjoy.
The Nike SB Japan crew finally christened the Tokyo Sport Playground Skateplaza with a proper, fun ceremony October 13, 2020. The Chaos Derby, hosted by local community brand Chaos Fishing Club, featured Taihou Tokura, Keyaki Ike, Ryuhei Kitazume, Daisuke Ikeda, Ryo Motohashi, Toru Yoshida, and many more. The Tokyo Sport Playground, located in Shin-Toyosu, is now open to the public free of admission. Pre-registration needed via the Nike App’s Events page.
Finnish rider Eniz Fazliov put it down at some heavy spots all over Europe to break in his signature colorway of the new Heritage Vulc.
Originally hailing from the south of France but currently residing in Barcelona, Max Geronzi is blessed with some of the most iconic skatespots on the planet. Finding motivation in venturing out into lesser known parts of the city, Max celebrates over 15 years on SB with a new VX part filmed by Mitch Hoxby.
Shaun Baptista skating in the Nike SB X Atlas Dunk High Pro.