Keep your head in the clouds and your wheels on the ground.
For those of you who don’t know, Kevin Bradley is one of the Nike SB team skaters.
Born in America in 1996, more precisely in Los Angles, he immediately made space in the panorama of street skate, now arriving to be sponsored by brands such as: Fucking Awesome, Spitfire, Thunder, Supreme, Crap Eyewear, Nike SB, Hardies Hardware .
His eccentric style immediately brought him into the spotlight, so much so that Nike offered him to collaborate on a Blazer, his favorite skate shoe.
The result is the “Kevin And Hell” pack, consisting of a Blazer High, and a Low.
The two sneakers have a very particular look.
The High model features a bright red satin suede upper that contrasts with the swoosh, midsole and laces, in black.
As for the Low model, it draws inspiration from the weather conditions.
The shoe has a light blue upper inside and blue outside, colors that recall the sky and the water.
The swoosh, on the other hand, is reminiscent of a cloud and together with the Velcro straps, instead of the laces, it is the key element of this collaboration.
Another important detail is the presence of an embroidered drop on the heel, a reference to the fact that both Kevin and his mother adore the rain.
“I like the velcro straps. Sometimes I’m really lazy and I don’t like to tie my shoes. Sometimes I don’t even strap the velcro. You gotta be comfy.” — Kevin Bradley⠀
The “Kevin And Hell” pack will be available from May 30 at some authorized skate shops, find the one closest to you on the Nike SB website.
If you are passionate about skate, read also the article on Hélas!
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