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After outfitting the Nike Air Max 96 II with a “Midnight Navy” colorway, the Swoosh hits up the basketball-inspired SB Force 58 for a crisp new palette realized in “Dutch Blue,” white, and black tones. The icy blue hue is observed on the toe caps, heel overlay and subtle touches on the branded insignias located on the tongue and insole portions. Black is added for a balanced feel as the neutral tone is slapped on the uppers and Nike logo on the lateral as well as the medial sides. When it comes to the shoe’s construction, the elevated skate silhouette is made from canvas, suede and topped off with perforations to give fans that heritage basketball DNA. Moreover, the design includes a new durable capsule for flexibility and internal gussets to hug the foot to keep your shoe on if your laces get worn and torn from skating.Peep the Nike SB Force 58 in “Dutch Blue” above and purchase a pair on Nike’s website for roughly $95 USD.
Vans’ very own professional skateboarder, Tyson Peterson, has lent his creative talents to designing “The Wayvee” collection. The collaborative offering consists of an all-new skate silhouette aptly called The Wayvee that features a low-top sneaker designed to elevate skate performance. The shoe features an intricate composition as its wrapped in an all-black palette with hits of red, yellow and green. As far as specs are concerned, the low-top boasts translucent mesh quarters for maximum breathability alongside DURACAP toe caps to maximize the lifespan of the shoe during wear. What’s more, interior LuxLiners offer a sock-like fit for more comfort and support when worn. Last but certainly not least, the sneaker is topped up with the signature Wafflecup outsoles to give skaters extra gri and cushioning p when cruising or doing tricks.Accompanying the emerging footwear silhouette is an apparel pack consisting of casual pieces such as the Off The Wall short sleeve tee, yarn-dyed tee and standard crew fleece in antique white featuring a peace sign and a sketch of his dog, Natty. The collection is finished off with a loose tapered corduroy cargo pant in black, Torrey Skate jacket in asphalt, and sock with red, yellow, and green peace signs. Get a closer look at the The Wayvee by Tyson Peterson above and expect an official launch this August 5 at select Vans Skateboarding retail locations.Elsewhere in footwear, check out the New Balance 237 in a bold “Night Tide” color way.