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Ever since the skate-ready Dunk Low released and blew up in 2002, Nike SB footwear has been sought after by skaters and sneaker heads alike. SB continues to innovate each year, providing some of not only the best performing skate shoes, but with the skate trend taking off in the last few years, becoming the footwear of choice for skaters and non-skaters alike. After a strong start to the season from the brand, we’re going to show you a few of our new favourites.

nike skateboarding navy and white and black and white trainers

We’ve told you before about the ever popular Stefan Janoski, but this time we’ve got an update with an added treat of having a Lunar sole replacing the traditional vulcanised style, giving a nice springy cushioning that’ll be ideal for both skating and chilling alike. Throw in the Lunarlon insole for ultimate comfort and support. We’ve got the Lunar Stefan Janoski in an black and white and a navy and white version, so there’s a couple of choices to get your eyes round.

nike skateboarding black janoski max trainers

Ever since the release of the Nike SB Janoski Max last year, the shoe has just gone from strength to strength. Although technically not a skate shoe in the traditional sense, this hybrid of the original Stefan Janoski, Air Max 1 and Free sole combines the best of three popular Nike styles into one. With these coming in a tasty triple black, the Janoski Max are a favourite for any casual offering, not to mention the comfort level on these is too good.

nike skateboarding orange trainerendor trainers

Lastly we’ve got an eye catching new colour in the outdoors type silhouette, the Trainerendor. This orange suede version is like Summer come early and are ideal holiday creps; with that running trainer sole and secure skate shoe upper, making them a comfortable ride all day long.

If none of these are tickling your fancy then check out our full Nike SB range, as well as our men’s skate shoes collection.