Nike has made a name for itself by whipping up hybrids of some of their most renowned sneakers. The latest hybrid Nike release 2015 has already arrived in the form of an upgraded version of Nike’s leading skateboarding model. Apparently, Nike had no intention of keeping sneakerheads waiting because they have already dropped the SB Stefan Janoski Max Mid.
Over the past couple of years, Nike has dropped a plethora of colorways of the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max and now the silhouette has received somewhat of a remix treatment. Considering that the rainy fall season is arriving, it is not surprising that Nike has significantly upgraded the SB Stefan Janoski Max to match the impending weather.
The first and foremost upgrade that has been made to the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max is more than obvious, considering that this latest iteration now appears to be a mid-top sneaker. Instead of its signature mesh or suede construction, the upper of this sneaker also seems to be made up of tweed, which will prove to be durable and rugged enough to resist the weather.
Considering that the fall weather is known for being wet, the heel and toe cap of this sneaker are also equipped with waterproof TPU paneling, so sneakerheads will not have to worry about winding up in puddles. As a result, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max Mid ends up looking like a boot, while ensuring comfort through the combination of Air Max and Free. Apart from the tweed material covering the upper, the sneaker also sports leather accents. Finally, hints of Bright Orange and a contrasting White Free midsole add the finishing touch.
The bottom line is that the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max Mid is an ideal all-purpose and casual sneaker that has been specifically designed and upgraded for the fall season. Sneakerheads can even cop it for a price of $130 at select Nike retailers and online venues like Rock City Kicks.
NIKE SB Stefan Janoski Max Mid
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