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Oski Rozenberg’s New Nike SB Part Is Unbelievably “Bra”

From Sweden to New York City, and back.

by Rainey Cruz

Everyone knows that Nike SB has a bomb squad of international riders. Everyone also knows that Nike SB Dunks are celebrating for their 15th year anniversary in 2017. Put the two together and you’ve got the latest release courtesy of Swedish ripper Oski Rozenberg’s Dunk Low Elite signature colorway. To commemorate it, the Swoosh’s skateboarding program has dropped an insane edit that showcases the Scandinavian lad’s the out-of-this-world ripping abilities.

Set exactly to 4:44 of footage and Lords of the Underground’s famous “Here Come The Lords”, Oski’s new part is high-flying, ‘90s hip hop-laced style that’s impressive as hell to watch. Whatever Swedish mineral spring this kid was baptized in as a baby, we all need some of it splashed onto us IMMEDIATEL. The video is a grand tour of sorts as Oski skates everything from manual pads in the South Bronx, the red bricks of the Brooklyn Banks, to the gnarly hills of San Franciscowith incredible tenacity and flavor.

We’re hooked. We’ve got no more words except for WOW. Now, more please! 


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Rainey Cruz is a Caribbean-born spirit based in New York City with interests in art, music, skateboarding, mysticism, street, and world culture.



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Oski Rozenberg’s New Nike SB Part Is Unbelievably “Bra”

From Sweden to New York City, and back.

by Rainey Cruz

Everyone knows that Nike SB has a bomb squad of international riders. Everyone also knows that Nike SB Dunks are celebrating for their 15th year anniversary in 2017. Put the two together and you’ve got the latest release courtesy of Swedish ripper Oski Rozenberg’s Dunk Low Elite signature colorway. To commemorate it, the Swoosh’s skateboarding program has dropped an insane edit that showcases the Scandinavian lad’s the out-of-this-world ripping abilities.

Set exactly to 4:44 of footage and Lords of the Underground’s famous “Here Come The Lords”, Oski’s new part is high-flying, ‘90s hip hop-laced style that’s impressive as hell to watch. Whatever Swedish mineral spring this kid was baptized in as a baby, we all need some of it splashed onto us IMMEDIATEL. The video is a grand tour of sorts as Oski skates everything from manual pads in the South Bronx, the red bricks of the Brooklyn Banks, to the gnarly hills of San Franciscowith incredible tenacity and flavor.

We’re hooked. We’ve got no more words except for WOW. Now, more please! 


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Rainey Cruz is a Caribbean-born spirit based in New York City with interests in art, music, skateboarding, mysticism, street, and world culture.



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