Nike SB has unveiled a ton of new releases for the upcoming Olympic Games. Additionally, during Nike’s On Air event this week, they showcased a brand new silhouette, the PS8, coming soon.

Since skateboarding joined the Summer Olympic Games back in 2020, Nike’s SB division has gone all out on their releases for the annual celebration, creating special-edition colorways of their iconic shoes like the Dunk Low, as well as some unique kits for each country’s teams to wear. This week, Nike held an On Air event in Paris to showcase some of this year’s goods, and the SB team was there to unveil their latest model, the PS8. Names for Sandy Bodecker and his old Instagram handle, problemsolver8, the silhouette is currently just a prototype. The shoe has a Flyknit base with leather overlays, and a surprisingly tall midsole for a skate shoe that appears to house two different kinds of cushioning. As with all shoes shown at the event, it is seen here in a white, blue, and neon orange color scheme.


Nike SB’s recently revealed prototype sneaker, the PS8, has not been announced for release, though we may see a release sometime later this year. Named for Sandy Bodecker, the legendary pioneer behind the SB franchise, pairs will likely debut first from Nike, followed by a wider release at local skate shops. Check out the early images from Sneaker News below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker updates.