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Stefan Janoski’s signature low-top has already gotten one blacked-out look this spring in the form of May’s unique “SB x FB” release. Now, following the likes of a Geoff McFetridge collab, the return of the fan-favorite “Digi Floral” make-up, a watercolor-inspired slip-on, a pepperoni-covered Skate Mental design, a “Marble Sculpture” look, and a tie-dyed American flag drop, Janoski’s kicks are back again — this time with the Swoosh’s Hyperfeel sole unit. Like the Koston 3 and Bruin before it, the makeover makes use of a drop-in Lunarlon sock liner and embedded Zoom cushioning while the thin, flexible outsole makes the shoe feel like a more natural extension of the foot. Finally, like the Bruin, the silhouette’s been updated with a thin synthetic tongue.

Draped in black and finished with a padded collar, the debut version of the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Hyperfeel can be picked up now from Premier for $120 USD.