Get ready to lace up something special, folks, because we’re buzzing over this upcoming Nike SB drop. This Navy/Gum trio isn't just another drop in the ocean of skateboarding footwear; it's a collection only for skate shops and features arguably the top three skate shoes in the Nike SB roster.
Leading the pack is the iconic silhouette, the Dunk Low "Navy Gum". With its rich navy hues, crisp white Nike logo complemented by the timeless gum sole, it’s definitely a must for any dunk devotee. But let's not forget the other skate shoes in the mix.
The Janoski, with its popular and minimalist design, are on the come-up again and we’re certainly not mad about it. These had a strangle-hold on skate culture a few years back. Then there's the Blazer, a classic that bridges the gap between the old and the new, becoming almost the uniform for any Nike SB skater not wearing dunks.
All three feature full leather uppers (minus the tongues on the Blazer and Dunk) and, of course, the classic Orange Label logo on the insole.
Nike SB Orange Label
Exclusively available at skate shops, and only in Manchester through NOTE, the Nike SB Orange Label collection pays homage to the pivotal role skate shops play within their communities, sparking countless individuals to grab a skateboard and venture out. The Orange Label series melds top-notch product quality with understated design touches, ensuring the skate footwear and skate clothing doesn’t just excel in performance but also looks mega.
Throughout the years, the Nike SB Orange Label has seen unique collaborations with pro skaters like Oskar “Oski” Rozenberg, Kevin Bradley, Ishod Wair, and Leo Baker. These partnerships have provided an avenue for the team riders to express their individuality, bringing their personal flair to high-performance skate footwear and clothing.
Getting your hands on the “Navy/Gum” trio
So, whether you're a die-hard Dunk fan or someone who appreciates the finer details in the Janoski and Blazer, the "Navy Gum" pack offers something for everyone.
The Nike SB Janoskis unfortunately are held up in Royal Mail purgatory so keep an eye on our Instagram for the definite details of when you’ll be able to buy those.
In the meantime have a gander at the shoes below in all their glory.