The Janoski Hyperfeel Receives The Rubber Toe Treatment

photo courtesy of Biggie SB

photo courtesy of Biggie SB

Beloved by many, the Janoski appears to have received its most indestructible rendition yet. The Janoski Hyperfeel XT (eXtra Tough) comes as a result of the high demand for rubber toe models, and if the screened versions weren’t enough to fulfill your appetite, surely this version will.

Debuting in early October, the Janoski Hyperfeel XT will cost approximately $99.95 or more, which is reasonable considering the estimated length of its durability. If you’ve had a more than stellar experience with regular Nike SB suede, than you can imagine how much longer a rubber-backed version of the Janoski will last.

Interestingly enough, this is another addition to the extremely shortlist of cupsole rubber toe models on the market today. Additional details on the Janoski Hyperfeel XT to come, but if you’re looking for additional colorways, check out the video from Tactics.


  1. SC

    September 15, 2016 10:56pm

    etnies Marana and Marana XT both cupsoles with a rubber toe cap doe?

  2. Chris G

    September 16, 2016 4:20pm

    It will have to grow on me. I would prefer it to the og zoom vulc sole. The HT version tho!

  3. tomisrad

    September 16, 2016 11:42pm

    I actually like it. Usually NIKE is fugly but man, scrape off that swoosh dick and it looks like a killer shoe

  4. Adidas

    September 18, 2016 11:53pm

    Nike is trying way too hard

  5. Rat

    September 19, 2016 11:19am

    Looks like a ll.bean duck boot👎🏻

  6. drdustan

    September 20, 2016 9:21pm

    This design is so far out of hand. I believe nike is just throwing whatever “innovative” design they’ve created at the janoski and is seeing what sticks. This creation IMO just looks like they are trying to hard. Also it still seems like the ollie hole area will still bust through first and you will still need to shoe goo it!!!…..

  7. RossDailey

    September 23, 2016 12:49am

    Can Nike Just Stop It?

  8. J

    September 26, 2016 8:22pm


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