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Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max

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Jan 6, 2014

Category: Style

While they might be designed for skateboarding, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski look like they would make a great trainer, and they’re easily one of the best looking shoes Nike has released in the new year.

Long gone are the days of bulky skate shoes (we’re sure many of you remember those massive puffy tongues). It seems that with each passing year, brands like Nike continue to improve on their design, while using less material, creating a streamlined that shoe that doesn’t compromise in quality or performance. The new Stefan Janoski’s are just that. Being released for the Spring 2014 season, these kicks are sporting an upper made from a breathable mesh paired with a flexible Free midsole that has been outfitted with Air Max and Zoom cushioning. The shoes are set to release at select retailers during February in both Midnight Navy and Lite Crimson colorways. [Purchase]

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