Nike SB | FPAR | Blazer Low
Keyaki Ike, Kaya Sakakibara, Issei Morinaka, and Yurin Fujii break in the latest from Nike SB and Forty Percent Against Rights, aka FPAR.
As an artist and designer whose worldview was shaped by skateboarding, Tetsu “Tet” Nishiyama has used his creative voice to provocatively push back against tradition. In 1993 he founded FPAR, a brand whose acronym “Forty Percent Against Rights,” was a flip on copyright laws that states his guerrilla ethos. For FPAR’s second collaboration with Nike SB, Tet brings a style, spirit, and energy to the Nike SB Blazer Low, born from the defiance he found within skateboarding in the early-90s.
The Blazer Low by FPAR is available at FPAR in Tokyo, in select skate shops and in SNKRS.
Filmed by Kenya Koto
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