Vulca Canvas Adult Skateboarding Longboarding Low Rise Shoes L - Jungle Blue

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8382299
Key feature
Whether you're starting out or just looking for style, these skate shoes fit every situation. Cotton canvas and vulcanised sole: a great combination for city riding and cruising.
£19.99*

2 AVAILABLE MODEL(S)

Products benefits

Grip
Prevents slipping on push starts and on the deck thanks to its 100% rubber sole.
Durability
Resistance to wear with reinforced foxing and thick canvas upper
Precision
Accurate feel of the board with its flat sole and thin upper.
Lightweight
Cotton canvas upper: support and low weight.

Features

COMPOSITION
Upper of : 100.0% Cotton Lining and sock of : 55.0% Polyester (PES), Lining and sock of : 45.0% Cotton Outer sole of : 100.0% Rubber - Natural Rubber (NR) - Latex
Designed to :
getting around town by longboard, cruiser, skateboard or scooter.
Warranty
2 years

Advice

Maintenance advice
Not machine washable. May be waterproofed with an aerosol spray.
Storage Tips
Store in a dry, cool place.
RESTRICTED USE
Not designed for stunt skating (tricks, jumps, etc.).

Additional information

What is a vulcanised sole?
A vulcanised sole - a must in the world of skating - is a sole made from rubber that is heated under pressure. Vulcanisation glues together the fabric upper, the rubber band and the sole. This technique has numerous benefits: it makes the shoe sturdy, supple and light. Plus the texture means you can feel the board well. The 100% rubber sole also gives you good grip.
What is the difference between high-top and low-top shoes?
Besides the issue of style, high-top and low-top shoes offer different benefits. High-tops keep your foot more stable and protect your ankle while staying firmly in place. Low-tops give you a better range of movement and are lighter.
How do you choose your skate shoe size?
Choosing a skate shoe means finding something that gives you freedom while staying on your foot. You therefore want something that is neither too wide, which would mean the shoes fall off, nor too tight, which would squash your toes. New vulcanised shoes are generally quite narrow the first few times you wear them. After a few hours the vulcanised band will change shape to fit your feet. The best thing is to get shoes that are fitted.

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