New Colorway of the Donny Releases: White/Gum
The Donny is one of the original silhouettes created by Clearweather Skateboarding.
The newest White/Gum colorway was inspired by the KCK Duffs shoe that released in 1995. The KCKs White Gum's were one of the most iconic colorways of the skate shoes in Mid 90s with a multitude of pros wearing them. After watching, specifically, Keenan Milton's switch flip (his flick and stance on his switch flip was light years ahead of the curve) over the table at Lockwood in the classic skate video "Mouse" is where the team at Clearweather Skateboarding decided on the colorway.
The main attraction of the Donny is the asymmetrical lacing system to help prevent going through multiple pairs of laces. A simple but effective design that bolsters the durability of the entire shoe. Like every Clearweather silhouette, the Donny has a reinforced and raised outsole foxing, half moon leather where you need it, and CWS's own unique polyurethane insole mold that does not compress over time and repeated impact.
The Donny in White/Gum drops Friday, May 1st at 12pm PST.