Legendary skater Lance Mountain looks to his past to give the second drop of the Nike SB x Jordan I a unique look.
Crafted for a budding star as a high performance basketball sneaker, the Air Jordan I introduced innovation to skate culture. Almost three decades after its introduction, it remains one of the most storied skate sneakers. Celebrating this unforeseen answer to the needs of skaters, Nike SB and Jordan Brand collaborate to release the second edition of the Nike SB x Air Jordan I.
Decades in the making, the Nike SB x Air Jordan I designed by Lance Mountain will be available in limited quantities at select Nike SB retailers and nike.com beginning June 7.
After leaving Plan B almost a year ago, Paul Rodriguez announced today that he is starting & now riding for Primitive Skateboards along with ams Nick Tucker and Carlos Ribeiro. To get the full story on Primitive and it’s Trajectory, go to TheBerrics.com and learn more.
Originating from Belgium, Youness Amrani grew up training at a local skatepark owned by his mother to become one of the most versatile individuals in skateboardizng today. This short film brings us into the uncommon origin of his talent, Hasselt, a small city in the Flemish region of Belgium.
Ray Barbee is a legendary professional skateboarder from San Jose, California. He made his first appearance in the skate film “Public Domain” and followed it up with his most iconic video part in the movie “Ban This”. Barbee’s passion for music and photography was made accessible through skateboarding. Ray’s short film illustrates his passion for creativity and the importance of passing those values on to his children.
Featuring HUF team riders Austyn Gillette, Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Peter Ramondetta, Dylan Rieder, Kevin Terpening, and special guest Sammy Winter, on a recent trip through Melbourne and Sydney for the HUF x MC ‘Australian For Tour’