20 years after its debut as a classic basketball shoe, the Air Force II finally returns in a new design: this time it is not intended for the basketball court, but to conquer the skate parks of the world. For this new update specifically for skateboarding, Nike SB took on no other than Californian SB Pro Kevin Bradley. According to Kevin's specifications, the model was equipped with skate-relevant features.
A particularly stylish visual effect is the durable, white upper that changes colour to blue after the top layer of the leather has been worn off while skating. In addition, Kevin has expressed his love for animals with an illustration of his dog Jericho on the insole. Of course, despite the dope look, the performance should not come off badly: The Nike Zoom Air cushioning ensures the best impact protection and an improved traction pattern allows a skateboard specific movement for a better board feeling!
Nike SB has a packed roster of elite skaters to back them up, including giants Stefan Janoski and Paul Rodriguez. Working closely with their athletes, Nike SB ensures that their shoes and apparel are 100% skate friendly. With sleek, classic designs, the skater in us lets out little shrieks of joy after seeing each and every Nike SB collection.