Nike SB Orange Label 'Oski' Dunk
The raffle for the Nike SB Oski Toddler & Preschool Dunks opens on Monday 23rd May at 17:00PM (BST) and closes on Wednesday 25th May 2022 at 08:00AM (BST). You can enter the draw here.
Winners will be chosen on Wednesday 25th May 2022 at 12:00PM (BST) and we will aim to confirm both successful and unsuccessful entries within three hours. Winning pairs will start shipping Wednesday 25th May 2022.
Inverting the colours of his 2019 release, skater Oskar Rozenberg showcases the arrival of his latest Orange Label Nike SB Dunk High Pro ‘Oski’. A continuation of his original shark-themed design, this latest Nike SB Dunk from the Swedish team rider is dubbed the ‘Great White’ for obvious reasons.
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Skating since the age of 13, a graduate of the infamous ‘Bryggeriet’ ‘skateboarding’ High School and known for his ties to skate brands including Pontus Alv’s Polar Skate Co., Ace Trucks and Spitfire Wheels, Oskar Rozenberg is an influential skater that continues to grow from strength to strength. Inspired by the likes of Josef Scott and Jonas Skroder, with a self-confessed love for film culture, Rozenberg’s energised persona is one that offers a never ending supply of creativity to the evolving skate scene. Appearances in edits including Nike SB’s ‘Constant’, Polar’s ‘We Blew it at Some Point’ and the collaborative Nike SB x Polar ‘Polar Rico’ honour his innovative skate style, whilst his on-going legacy is supported by personal ventures such as his co-founded truck brand Lurpiv, his Malmö based vintage apparel and skate shop Rapsfield and by his latest ‘The Oski Documentary’ that documented his road to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Returning to 2019’s Orange Label release for inspiration, the same collection that featured a khaki coloured corduroy revision of the iconic Nike SB Blazer Mid, the latest Nike SB Dunk keeps Rozenberg’s love for sharks and prehistoric creatures in check. Creating the appeal of a signature silhouette with its distinctive colourway, this skate shoe swaps out the previous nubuck uppers for an all-white leather base - perforations across the toe box, a contrast stitch cupsole and a grippy circular underfoot tread remain loyal to the designs original courtside roots. An integrated Zoom Air unit provides increased cushioning and impact absorption, whilst the red and white interchangeable laces help secure the padded mesh tongue in place. Woven ‘Nike SB Oski’ patches across each tongue are mirrored by custom shark-designed insoles, whilst Oski’s iconic shark Swooshes are styled in shades of silver and white with open blood red jaws. Finished with a padded collar, woven heel pull tabs and with the same blood red underfoot quadrant as its 2019 predecessor.
Launched in 2020 and backed by its own #supportyourlocalskateshop tagline, Nike SB’s Orange Label project focuses on promoting the fundamentals of both international and local skate communities. A way of saying thanks to smaller, independent skate shops and communities that have continued to inspire the continuation of skate culture, the Orange Label initiative is home to exclusive releases including those from Ishod Wair, the ‘VX1000’ Dunk Low Pro and the ‘Unbleached’ pack that featured undyed versions of both the Dunk High and Dunk Low Pro.
The Nike SB Orange Label Dunk High Pro ‘Oski’ is released alongside an accompanying edit filmed by Jacob ‘Jake’ Harris that features the likes of Ville Wester, Casper Brooker, Hugo Boserup and Yuto Horigome.
Please read carefully for purchase details:
Due to the limited numbers of the Nike SB Orange Label 'Oski' Toddler & Preschool Dunks we are making the shoes available via our Releases.flatspot site on a Raffle to purchase basis.
Limited to one pair per person. Available to UK residents only.
For each release we will invite those interested to enter a draw to purchase prior to the products actual designated time of release. Card payment will be required to register for each draw and your payment will be authorised but the funds not taken by us unless your name is successfully drawn at the designated time and date of the actual release.
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