Nike SB Charge Slip is more than just a cheap slip-on

The Nike SB Charge Slip lets you grip on your board and accomplish your day-to-day errands while staying comfortable. It’s packed with all the basics you’d need when you’re learning the ropes of skateboarding. 

Unlike the Nike SB Charge Canvas that’s built with laces and reinforced eyestays, there’s no need to get strapped with the slip-on version. It’s also one of the cheapest sneakers from Nike which you can wear on days you feel like going light and easy with your board. 

SB Charge Slip vis-a-vis other Nike SB slip-ons for men and women

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Slip-On allows you to flip and fly with all the support and reinforcements embedded on the high-wear suede cover. It’s more of a solid performer than the SB Charge Slip. The added specs found in this sneaker from the Janoski line makes it a bit pricier than the SB Charge Slip. 

Nike SB Portmore II Solarsoft Slip, a canvas-covered skate shoe, is loved by fans of Nike Skateboarding as it comes breathable and well-cushioned. This kick belongs to the affordable range of slip-on sneakers that sells a tad higher than the SB Charge Slip. 

Facts / Specs

Style: Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collection: Nike Sb
Closure: Slip-on
Material: Canvas, Rubber Sole, Vulc Sole / Fabric
Season: Spring, Fall

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