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Nike SB Project BA

Last week Nike SB officially released the 3D skateboard’s pro Brian Anderson’s first signature sneaker, the Project BA.

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Black/Dark Grey/White

This runner inspired skate shoe certainly takes the idea of a cross-over shoe to the next level. Released in both regular and a slightly pricier premium options, this low top cupsole utilizes Nike’s patented Lunarlon technology that has found its way into what seems like every shoe Nike has ever released.

The three most important features of the shoe, according to Brian Anderson himself, were board feel, impact protection, and a good fit. These features were met with Nike’s Lunarlon technology for impact, a low set heel for board feel, and a “dynamic fit system with free flowing fingers” inside the shoe which create a customized fit. The result is a completely unique runner inspired skate shoe that is sure to turn heads. For a more complete description, check out the video below.

Over the weekend I visited Niketown Chicago and got a firsthand look at the sneaker itself, and let me tell you they look just as good as they feel on foot. The premium option is a personal favorite, with slightly higher quality upper materials as well as the hand drawn Swoosh make the pop. The Project BA is available in University Red, Black/Dark Grey, and Cool Grey, as well as a premium option of Photo Blue/Team Orange. The Project BA can be found at your local skateshop and other finer Nike SB dealers.

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Cool Grey/Armory Navy

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University Red/White

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Premium: Photo Blue/Team Orange/Light Armory Blue

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