Last month, the Stefan Janoski Max “Light Crimson” dropped, and now we’re seeing another rendition of the classic shoe. The Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski PR SE “Light Crimson” is more skater oriented, and made of red suede on the upper and contrasted by a white Swoosh and sole. Lined in black, these shoes come with some added detailing with a matching black midsole stripe wrapping around them. Waxed lacing finish of these skaters, coming in a matching red. Check for these going for about at select Nike SB retailers, like Premier.
Don’t tell us you have forgotten about the Janoski just yet, as Nike definitely haven’t unloading an updated edition of the Stefan Janoski pro-model. Slightly more advanced than its standard SB Janoski brothers, fused toe rands are a welcome addition to keep your joints together while your kicking and flipping. Throw in the loveable vulcanised outsole, some smart square waxed rope laces and a whole bunch of light crimson and gym red and hey presto! Magic really does exist kids – conjure yourself a pair now via Concepts.
Nike is loving this “Light Crimson” colorway this Spring! We just saw a similar colorway on the Nike SB Stefan Janoski, at the end of January, and it’s striking again. The Nike Solarsoft Moccasin “Light Crimson” is a bold red shoe with vivid blue accents, contrasted by a white sole and Swoosh. Simple and clean, these slip-ons are an instant hit with us! Check out select Nike retailers for these!
Dropping on February 1st will be this vibrant “Bright Crimson” Nike Lunar Flyknit Chukka. Joining what is shaping up to be an epic day for sneaker releases, this highly popular silhouette is sure to be a crowd favorite upon its arrival. Serving as the perfect mixture of comfort and flyness, it shouldn’t be a surprise as to how hot this model has become. Equipped with a tonal orange build, its eye catching upper is set off by black Swooshes and laces along with a fresh speckled white LunarLon sole. Check out a few more looks after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
With such an impressive run last year and the recently released leopard-inspired “Unleash Speed” mock-up debuted earlier this month, Nike has delivered its latest Nike Free Trainer 7.0.
A supportive training style equipped with ultra-light Flywire technology, breathable mesh, cushioned Flex grooves, lock-down heel support and more, its black palette is dominated by light crimson accents.
Priced at 0, the Nike Free Trainer 7.0 “Black/Light Crimson” is now available.
Nike SB continues to expand upon its most popular signature lines as today welcomes the latest Nike SB Koston SE colorway.
Set in a medium base grey tone, this lightweight skate shoe displays contrasting hits of base grey across its Swoosh branding and lining while light crimson accents are added in very generous amounts. Equipped with Lunarlon cushioning in the midsole, TPU canvas uppers, and more, Nike SB throws in extra laces for your convenience.
Priced very reasonably at , the Nike SB Koston SE “Medium Base Grey/Light Crimson” is available for purchase now.
Lately, Nike has been on a roll with multiple options for their new shoe model, the Stefan Janoski Max, and are set to release even more in the near future. This time around, Nike is offering up a predominately red option for fans of The Swoosh brand. The Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max “Light Crimson” features a red mesh that covers the upper, with a speckled white sole. Below the heel, there is an Air Max bubble (a Nike favorite). Combined with the Nike Free rubber outsole, these sneakers are super comfortable and are made to support the one wearing them, in whatever activity you’re doing. Currently priced at 0, you can pick these up at select Nike retailers, or online at Premier.
Although the Nike SB Koston 2 hasn’t been the center of attention lately, Nike SB has plans to roll out new colorways this Spring.
First up, a midnight navy colorway has just surfaced. Made from lightweight mesh and Hyperfuse materials, this Eric Koston signature skate shoe displays light crimson accents, adds in a cushioned Air Max unit, a flexible Free-inspired sole, and detailed tongue branding.
Look for the Nike SB Koston 2 Max “Midnight Navy/Light Crimson” in shops like Suppa today.
More goods from Nike SB continue to roll out, with the recently introduced Stefan Janoski Max receiving a handsome colorway for the new season. The crossover silhouette has been treated with a vibrant red color at the upper, contrasted by a speckled white sole. A departure from the original skate-focused silhouette, this rendition of the Stefan Janoski Max features engineered mesh around the minimal top portion. The outsole combines Nike’s flexible Free technology at the forefoot with a cushioned Air Max bubble at the back, altogether making for a comfortable ride. Pick this version of the SB Stefan Janoski Max at retailers such as Premier for 0 USD.
Maybe not so coincidental that this “Lite Crimson” Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max will be release around Valentine’s Day. First previewed back in Summer 2013, the new design comprises a Engineered Mesh upper, articulated Nike Free outsole and an encapsulated Max Air unit at the heel. However, the overall form still retains the unmistakable Stefan Janoski look, not to mention the original tongue tag. In an all Lite Crimson colorway on a speckled white outsole, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max “Lite Crimson” is now available for pre-order through Switzerland’s Titolo boutique.
Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max Style: 631303-661 Color: Lite Crimson/Lite Crimson-White
Zeughausgasse 19 | Map
3011 Berne, Switzerland
Follow us: Facebook |
Nike, Nike SB, Stefan Janoski, Titolo
The post Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max – “Lite Crimson” appeared first on FreshnessMag.