NIKE SB X FPAR. Established in 1993, Japanese streetwear brand FPAR (which stands for "Forty Percent Against Rights") is renown for pushing against traditional forms of media and infusing its creations with its defiant, DIY ethos. Their latest collaboration with Nike SB is no exception. A mixed and matched masterpiece, the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low has a star-texture on the toe, a snake print overlay in the ollie zone and a sparkling dubrae on each shoe—all in a super premium, plush suede package.
Minimal Graphics "Forty percent against rights" is printed on the insole, which has a Zoom Air unit in the heel for a springy, responsive sensation with every step. Flexible Feel Vulcanized construction fuses the sole to the upper for a flexible, broken-in feel.
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