The Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 is a sequel worthy of its predecessor. Inspired by the iconic Nike Air Zoom Spiridon, the original rubber design has been updated with mesh panels to help your feet stay cool through your hottest skate sessions.
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bcaf6114-8f6e-4ae1-bb05-226b759040e7 - 13 Apr 2022
My husband wears a 14 in every Nike he's ever owned. These are huge in a 14, and too small in a 13. No half size options so he just can't wear these. So disappointed.
05b2ac62-721e-4269-ab0f-2a7b98641455 - 23 Mar 2022
I recently ordered this shoe in the rattan/noble green colorway after loving my original pair in the Samborghini collab colorway. I was excited when they arrived yesterday, but disappointed to find that the quality was not nearly as good as my other pair. There is a large amount of glue and creasing on the left toebox, as well as some stray glue marks throughout both shoes. The right insole is also weirdly creased in a way that is noticeable when wearing the shoe. The sizing also seems inconsistent as I ordered the same size as my other pair (US men's 11.5), but these are noticeably tighter in the toebox. I don't expect the quality to be perfect at this price point, but it's disappointing when I already have a pair that is significantly better quality than this one. I won't be returning them as this colorway is now completely sold out, but likely won't buy any future colorways.
66038c8f-6ae0-4925-b10e-7d9cf7a52072 - 16 Mar 2022
I got these shoes in the Summit White and translucent blue sole configuration. They looked absolutely awesome and were extremely comfortable as soon as I put them on my feet. They had great board-feel and were overall quickly becoming my favorite skate shoes yet after my first session. Unfortunately, by the second session, the mesh on my left shoe developed a hole. This was in 2 hours TOTAL of skating. Luckily, this didn't phase me. After all, they make shoe-goo for a reason. I then ran into the biggest flaw of these shoes: the lace loops. Each lace is held in place by a loop, rather than by going through the material of the shoe. This means that any wear on the loop is a death sentence for these shoes, as goo or glue cannot fix broken loops. The shoe pictured has been skated in about five times, and the upper loops are already on their last limbs. If you are looking for a comfortable, stylish shoe, these are excellent. If you plan on actually skating in these shoes (a crazy concept, I know), then I would look elsewhere. The lace-loop design makes these shoes extremely fragile and impossible to fix.