Antwerp skate shop and Nike launch sneaker

Antwerp skate shop and Nike launch sneaker

American sports brand Nike and Antwerp skate shop Lockwood have joined forces to launch the Lockwood Nike SB Janoski sneaker. It is a first for Nike to collaborate with a Belgian store.

Nike invitation

The Lockwood Nike SB Janoski is a limited edition Janoski sneaker, one of the most successful shoes in Nike's skateboard collection. Nike invited Lockwood to design a shoe themselves.

 

The shoe, which will carry the shop's logo and name, has a black and a white version. The white version is to be sold only in Lockwood and selected other locations (like London, Paris and Berlin). The black version will be sold worldwide in well-known skate shops. It will be officially launched on 18 December, alongside a limited series of Lockwood skateboards.

 

Lockwood was founded in 1996 by skateboarder Sven Aerts and was named after one of the most iconic skating locations in the United States. Currently, it has two stores in Antwerp and has added an online shop recently.

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