Nike SB Ishod Wair

Skate Shoes


Highly Rated
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When it came time to build his signature shoe, Ishod Wair was all-in from start to finish.Infused with elements taken from the iconic hoops shoes of the '90s, (did you know that basketball was Ishod's first love?) and built with all the durability you need to skate hard—seriously, check out that new cupsole—the Nike SB Ishod Wair walks the line between original style and modern skate innovation.

  • Colour Shown: Summit White/Summit White/Black/White
  • Style: DC7232-101

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Free standard delivery on orders over $175.

  • You can return your order for any reason, free of charge, within 30 days.

Reviews (34)

4.7 Stars

  • Almost perfect

    12070066-9f71-42f7-b11c-2ea5e0412907 - 07 Jun 2022

    Shoe fits pretty well, breaks in quick and feels really good on board. Only complaint is the sole is already starting to separate from the upper. May have just been bad luck, but kinda a bummer to have a shoe fall apart after the first sesh

  • Just bought my 4th pair!

    c7175b88-96d0-4a63-afce-4793930701e0 - 13 May 2022

    Great style and a great skate shoe!

  • Nike SB Ishod Wair: Looks great performance is mediocre.

    11713003700 - 01 Mar 2022

    the Nike Sb Ishod definitely delivers in terms of looks and has the potential for it to be a great performing shoe however after skating them I noticed a couple things that I found were lacking. The grip on the sole is slippery it doesn't hold on the grip whereas the nyjah free sole holds really nice and stays consistent. the Ishod outsole doesn't offer the same stiffness or solid feel like a traditional cupsole would give at least out of the box (I realize the goal was for it not to be like that) but for me I would have preferred it to be a bit stiffer and hold shape. the upper materials blow out fast (not ripping just loosening of materials) and the shape goes with it. I found the react insole to be too thick and provided no board feel while pitching my foot forward a little too much. I always liked the way Prod's shoes were built with the padding and protection being built into the outsole not relying on a heavy thick insole to do the job. this shoe feels heel heavy and for a person who does more kickflip flick tricks i prefer the shape and flick of the nyjah which is more toe heavy than heel heavy like the Ishod. Overall the shoe is nice looking and comfortable but anyone who is coming from a Nyjah or a stiffer cupsole this shoe may take a lot of getting used to and tweaking which may not be worth while if you don't like that sort of "getting used to them" period.