by Cole Hihara

Clearweather Skateboarding | Ripped Laces' Skate Shoe of the Year

Clearweather Skateboarding was honored by Ripped Laces by being p...
Clearweather Skateboarding | Ripped Laces' Skate Shoe of the Year

Clearweather Skateboarding was honored by Ripped Laces by being placed in their top 10 skate shoes of the year in 2017.

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Pros: The silhouette of this shoe is honestly it’s most impressive attribute, taking a cue from boat shoes as much as the CTAS. That said, the rubber moon works exceedingly well (we still haven’t gotten through it), especially coupled with the double-wrapped vulc. For an all-canvas upper, these are just as, if not more stable than most minimal models. Right out-of-the-box skateable, zero adjustment period.

Cons: Stock insole is only ok, collar height is somewhere between low and mid, which may throw off certain people.

2 comments

I love your company thanks😀

Devon

I wish the shoe was a little more flexible for board feel. I really don’t care for how the laces look on the shoe. The laces feel out of place. The shoe is comfortable and seems to be very durable. I am going to skate them more to further critique the durability and board feel. As of now they seem ok.

I have the all black Donny’s. One thing I notice is that all the skaters I show them too don’t care for the look of the shoe with the laces. I showed them the slip on shoes online and people were liking those. I am wanting to get behind an independent brand since the brand I was following and skating went out of business. I guess I will have to try a pair of the slip on shoes and see if I like them.

Much blessings and I hope the brand has a lot of success!

Joe Harris

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