Available in a wide range of colors and styles, these shoes have gum rubber soles to stick to the surface of boards and a weighted bottom to make dismounts easier. Hold up well to wear and tear.
Those with upturned toes may wear a hole in the canvas over time.
Vulcanized rubber sole provides both a form-fitting feel while increasing board contact. Padded tongue and collar increase comfort and provide some foot protection. Available in several different colors and has top foot ventilation for breathability.
Sizes tend to run small; may need to be purchased a full size larger than your normal size.
Stylish and durable, these hi-top shoes provide ankle support and protection without being cumbersome. The webbed rubber sole offers a solid amount of grip and the canvas body is durable enough to survive more than a few wipeouts.
A size chart should be consulted before purchasing these shoes.
Multi-pattern rubber sole offers reliable board grip and a weight distribution that assists with dismounts. Higher laces offer a tighter fit, and the rubberized toe cover provides additional protection. Narrower body is ideal for thin feet. Multiple colors available.
Not a great purchase for those with wide feet. Material also tends to wear out faster than competitors.
Distinctive hex-pattern rubber sole increases surface area for added board grip. Standard fit works well for most feet and the canvas body will endure wear better and longer than most mesh sneakers. Wide variety of colors and designs for peak self-expression.
Lack of toe protection and less weight in the soles may make advanced tricks more perilous.
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