Although the shoe’s roots are in performance tennis, the All Court’s simplicity and durable construction piqued Kennedy’s interest. “I like a simpler type of shoe, something that feels worn in the first time I put them on,” he says. “I was looking for something fresh and saw the All Courts on NIKEiD. I had never seen them before, but I have always been obsessed with the toe cap so I decided to make a few.”
Kennedy liked the shoe so much he went back to NIKEiD to make more, but they were no longer available. Not willing to give up on his new discovery, he combed the Internet for pairs in his size. “I’m pretty sure I bought about ten pairs," he admits.
The durability also impressed the other Nike SB riders, so much so that many of them took to NIKEiD to make their own. The Nike SB footwear design team couldn't help but take notice, and now they’ve decided to add the Nike SB Zoom All Court CK to the line up.
A durable suede upper and tongue enhance the longevity provided by the reinforced toe cap. Based off the Zoom All Court II silhouette, a faux snakeskin swoosh was added to complete the package.
The Nike SB Zoom All Court CK is available now at nike.com/skateboarding and select Nike SB retailers.
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