Finding the perfect skate shoes for your needs is essential to perform your best while skating. With so many different brands and styles on the market, it can be tough to decide which pair of shoes will provide the most comfort and support. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most comfortable skate shoes on the market and outline what makes them so great.
The hunt for the perfect skate shoe is over. We’ve found 8 high-performing models that will make you feel like a pro on any surface from concrete to trails and everything in between!
Come to our site or call us. We have a shoe for every type of skateboarder, whether you’re just starting out and need some casual cruisers that won’t break the bank-or an experienced pro looking at higher end gear without breaking your wallet!
Emerica Pillar Mid
The Emerica Pillar is a must-have for any skater looking to take their tricks and matrixes up another notch. The top choice among our testers, it has more padding around the collar than other shoes which not only provides protection but also helps keep your heel in securely while you’re ollieing or landing hard on one wheel!
The Pillars skateboard shoe is a high-end, well designed product that offers great support and durability. The first time I skated the streets in them was on an old hobby horse town halfpipe with wooden boards; they felt amazing! They have two different tread patterns – one at each heel so you can use it for tricks like flips or catches depending what your style of skating may be.
The Pillar is a mid-top and has more material than other models, so it’s slightly heavier. However the extra weight doesn’t affect how these shoes skate or rank in our assessment because they are made with an excellent leather that provides great ventilation where needed while keeping cool during hot summer days (aside from small perforated areas).
The Pillar shoe is a casual and comfortable choice for those who want to be fashion-forward. The thick sole provides stability, but it may not work well if you have particularly high or low arches in your feet; however there are inserts available which can solve this problem!
Adidas City Cup
The best skate shoes are the ones that feel like they were made just for you. The Adidas City Cup has an incredible low toe-box and strategically placed mesh to keep your feet cool during hot summer months, while also providing enough protection against scuffs or scratches on any surface where these babies might be used!
The durable leather and suede provide one of the most flexible profiles for tricks, with traction that doesn’t quit until you’re ready to land your trick. TheseAdidas held up well during testing because they are designed in conjunction between out sole design around part og their toe; making them easily controlled when landing any kind move!
The Adidas City Cup is a great shoe for all-around use, but it does have some flaws. First off the narrow fit might be uncomfortable if you’ve got wide feet or high arches; there’s also no ankle support and minimal insole padding so your leg gets pretty wasted while walking around town (though this could just come from wearing low profile sneakers).
The Adidas City Cup is a good, all around shoe. It has great durability and flexibility to accommodate different kinds of skating styles but it’s not very breathable because the tongue fabric is full-grain leather making your feet hot while skating in summer heat or winter Ice cold weather respectively!
DC Kalis Vulc
When Josh Kalis was designing the original DC shoe, he took inspiration from his own name. With this new update to an old classic, we see how much has changed since then- not just in design but also in Mechanics of Shoes!
The slabbed out rubber sole gives way for thinner leather which makes these sneakers lighter weight while still providing durability so you can wear them every day without worrying about breaking down on your lunch break or getting stuck at work due to poor traction properties (no matter what surface they’re used upon).
This shoe is one of the most comfortable out there, requiring virtually no time to break-in. It’s ready for boarding straight away with its suede toe and durable mesh tongue that provides adequate ventilation without sacrificing structure or integrity; this makes it great if you’re looking at taking tricks on your next skateboard!
The Kalis Vulc is a shoe designed for speed and agility, but the thin sole makes it more delicate than other types of skateboard shoes. If you’re looking to take big impacts or abuse your board throughout an entire session without worrying about breaking anything on these babies-look elsewhere! Kalis’ DC Vulc skate shoes are great for those who want to get the best of their money and still have some fashion sense.
The Kalis lost its shape rather quickly, but it did not outwardly show signs that would indicate wear-and tear like other products in this test group do; however there was one main drawback: lack lace protection which led us into ripping our own pair after just two days!
Mike Carroll’s first ever shoe, the Lakai 1.0 was released in 2000 and is still going strong over 20 years later with this newer remastered versions releasing this year on an updated cup sole size which fits great while also offering more comfort thanks to thicker tongue fabric around collar area protecting feet from rubbing against anything else you might be doing during your commute or workout session!
The Carrolls are a breath of fresh air. They’re not only one of the most durable shoes we tested, but their upper is also made from high-quality materials that provide excellent protection for your feet and ankles when doing tricks or taking falls on skateboards during practice. The patented lace protection system further adds to how long these kicks will last as it prevents wear at critical spots like where laces go through eyelets.”
The Lakais skated well and felt great, but it’s important that you get the right size as they run a bit small. Our lead tester found herself in need to go up one half-size from what she usually wears because these Carrolls can be more snug than some other models (our experience agrees).
It will take time before your feet are completely adapted so if durability is on top of your list then wait until after breaking them into shape first!
The once-beloved XLK cupsole has been giving way to more modern sole designs, but this shoe is an example of how they can still provide great traction and board feel. The Lakai Carroll was released with updated tech for thinner margins in order perform well enough on today’s boards – it quickly became one our favorite pairs after trying them out again!
Nike SB Check Solarsoft Canvas
The Nike SB Check Solarsoft Canvas is a great shoe that breaks in no time and has the most durable sole of all shoes tested. It’s also lightweight, breathable canvas upper makes for an awesome skateboarding experience!
The canvas on the newest addition to our shoe line-up is reinforced in some way because it held up better than any other shoes we tested or have tried before. The Solarsoft sock liner offers excellent support and cushioning, especially for how thin this footwear resembles a traditional pair of socks!
The Nikes Solarsofts are a good option for those who want to protect their feet, but they lack the durability and protection of other options we tried. They also have an outsole with thin spikes that don’t provide much grip when walking on rough terrain or pavement in order to keep them from slipping while hiking through wet grass during rainstorms!
The lace closure starts off high up at your ankle so you won’t break any laces along its path down toward your toes; however, this design can lead some people into an injury because there isn’t enough give tension around the toe area where pressure points usually occur (such as metatarsals).