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April 2019

Bombs awaaayyy...The Fallen Bomber, Jamie Thomas skate shoe is back. Known for its slim profile with a super durable black suede + Cotton Twill uppers and Impact Foam Insoles, it's very similar to the Fallen Rippers or the Fallen Patriots. Give these shoes a try as they're really good and have a wonderful board feel and super flexible soles! $65.

Etnies brings you Chris Joslin's first pro model shoe. Built for his style of aggressive, overpowered skateboarding, this skate shoe features a hidden toe cap (AKA undercover rubbers) that extends into the ollie area, pro foam 1 insole, STI evolution foam midsoles, Outsole made with Michelin performance rubber compound, Elastic tongue straps, and well padded tongue and collar lining locks the front foot in place. Available in various colorways. $48.

Lakai has collaborated with the legendary Jovontae Turner to create this Lakai Cambridge Tan, a modern looking skate shoe that's sure to catch the eye of any skate shoe lover. The high-density PARA-MOUNT outsole offers optimum traction and durability, and the DELUX-LITE footbed provides comfort and support. It comes with a premium suede upper with breathable side panels and tongue to keep your feet cool and dry whether you're skating or just kicking it with the boys. $47.

DVS Shoes welcomes Greg Lutzka to the team as their newest Pro and released this awesome skate shoe this season that bears his branding:  the Aversa+. The DVS Aversa+ was handpicked by Greg Lutzka. He put his personal spin on this classic skate shoe which features a vulcanized construction, suede and textile upper with one-piece vamp to prevent stitch blowouts, and a lightweight EVA footbed for a comfortable ride. $60.

The OG skate shoe has been reimagined in a vibrant color scheme turning out to be a go-to statement shoe that you would wear from the skate park to the dog park and beyond. Featuring tie-dye printed canvas and suede uppers, this Vans Old Skool Mysterioso Tie Dye skate shoe comes with matching shoelaces, additional tie dye logo detailing and comes complete with a vulcanized insole for skate performance and comfort. $65.

The Nike SB Janoski Air Max 2 has quickly become a fashion icon since its release this yaer. Draped with a brand new camo colorway, this particular model is equipped with a breathable textile upper, EVA foam sockliner, Nike's Air Max unit embedded in the heel for impact protection and long term durability, and while a flat rubber outsole optimizes grip when you're on your board. Stylish and skate functional, the Janoski Air Max 2 Camo looks great on and off the board. $120.

I'm glad I came across these Globe Sabres, haven't owned a pair of these for years, seems most skate companies and throwing out boring Vulc shoes left and right these days. I like Globe, even more, they brought back the classic "tongueless" design of the Chet IV's, you just slip them on and the airbags/padding hug 360 degrees all around your feet. It's so comfortable, feels almost like you're wearing slippers but they stay on your feet fine regardless of how loose the laces are, exceptionally breathable as well.

Unlike some other Globe styles, the Sabres are true to size. They are very durable!! You can go rock these shoes and wear them into mosh pits and they'd still hold up.  Found this one at Zappos and it's a great deal. It's a new pair of Globe Sabre in Black Gum colorway. Get them now! $76.

If you're in the Philippines, you can have Johnny air buy these shoes for you, I think you'll pay an extra 2k to have it shipped to your doorsteps. Or, you may sign-up on Kango Express (a much cheaper option - roughly 1K for a pair of shoes - you'll get a 20% discount also on your first shipment).

P.S. - Put my account number is KX001400 in the Referral Field during the registration process, so I'll get 10$ as a referral :)

Check out this Etnies Fader 2 skate shoe, a subtle update to the OG Fader. This skate-focused sneaker offers remarkable cushioning through a heavily padded tongue and collar combo while offering skate performance through its overall cup sole construction that includes a Foam Lite 1 midsole, die-cut EVA midsole, and 300 NBS rubber outsole. Durable and ready for the streets, this Etnies Fader 2 Black/Gum embodies retro early 2000's styling for your contemporary looks. $42.

The etnies Marana Michelin Burgundy is a durable cup sole skate shoe with an STI Evolution Foam midsole. For durability, its burgundy upper comes with a fused-on, injected rubber toe cap making it a tough and long-lasting shoe. For comfort and performance, the brand made use of a padded tongue and collar, Pro Foam 1 Polyurethane insole and full-length flex grooves in the 400 NBS rubber outsole for ultimate flexibility. Other salient features include hidden lace loops for lace protection, outsoles with STI Evolution Foam Icon logos, and a beefy tread designed to last by including both a traditional herringbone and car tire-like tread pattern. $50.

Nike SB‘s Orange Label shows us their newest take on the SB Dunk Low featuring an inverse look from their recent drop. They have combined a premium white leather upper with black detailing on the midfoot Swoosh, heel text branding, and tongue tab. It comes with an insole that features an orange tag on the heel, and another small pop of orange detailing is provided by the lace aglets. And just like the previous black iteration, it comes with a timeless gum outsole to complete the simple yet extremely effective look. It is expected to roll out at EU skate shops on April 25th, followed by a stateside release in the coming weeks. For the time being, enjoy a first look at these new Nike SB skate shoes below, and stay tuned for specific price and release information as it becomes available. TBA.

The Nike SB Janoski line continues to grow, thanks to new models like the SB Air Max Janoski 2. Now, this silhouette is set to roll out in a familiar colorway, known as the “Tiffany.” Popularized by the OG Nike SB Janoski, this recognizable palette utilizes a black upper with a crisp Tiffany blue Swoosh, while further contrast is provided by white laces and a white midsole. The Nike SB Air Max Janoski 2 Tiffany comes with a visible grey Air Max unit in the heel and a newly designed midsole that features sharp lines, it makes for an eye-catching look that’s almost rectangular. $110.

Based on the worldwide renowned Copa Mundial soccer shoes, this Zumiez exclusive shoe takes the best of adidas comfort and mold its details towards an incredible cupsole designed skateboarding shoe. The adidas Busentiz Cinder Grey features a grey suede upper with reinforced stitched toe box, synthetic leather 3-stripe logo at the sides, cup sole construction for impact support, vector tread with heel pivot point, and nano heel cushioning for comfort and padding. This skate shoe is indeed feature-packed, but it remains relatively lightweight and gives you the confidence you need to skate as fast as Busenitz himself. $80.

This DVS Comanche is a heritage skate shoe that offers unmatched comfort and durability.  It features a durable rubber cup sole, leather & nubuck upper materials (with camo prints on the heel & side panels of the shoe), and heavy-duty collar. Other salient features include an open-cell breathable mesh tongue, a high impact EVA black midsole, gum soles, and reinforced ollie area for durability. $70.

Among the many skate communities around the World, Australian outpost Pass~Port is one of the most notable and their embracing culture has garnered yet another collab with Vans. Inspired by a local spot named “Fitzy Plaza” — in Edinburgh Gardens, North Fitzroy — the Vans x Pass~Port Sid Pro is embossed with an all-over brick pattern in deep green and over saturated red colorways, reflecting the red bricks of the community building and its surrounding green fields. Embroidered at the lateral sides is the retro Vans logo complemented by Pass~Port’s logo on the medial side. The heel is accented with the words “Pass” and “Port” while a custom tongue patch features an illustration of the “digger man” motif, a recurring graphic for Pass~Port. Other salient features include UltraCush HD sock liners and a bonus Souvenir Vans x Pass~Port keychain. Grab a detailed look at both forthcoming Pass~Port x Vans Sid Pro collab shoe below and expect each to arrive on April 20th at the Vans Pro Skate retailers. TBA.

Throughout the shoe industry, a lot of brands have looked to usher in new look patterns such as plaid, paisley, camouflage, and more. For Nike SB‘s next Janoski pattern, they opted for a “Pin Dot” look that is often featured on a business suit, a button-down shirt, or a tie. This new color palette is simple, combining a stark white with dark navy and a denim jean-like shade of blue. For a detailed look, check out the images below and be sure to check out your favorite SB shops online for its forthcoming drop. TBA.

Wacko Maria, a Japanese streetwear brand from the creative minds of Nobuhiro Mori and Keiji Ishizuka, has collaborated with Nike SB to bring us their awesome rendition of the Nike SB Janoski. Crafting its suede constructions in a bold cheetah print, the Wacko Maria x Nike SB Janoski come with white midsoles and dark embroidered swooshes. There are boldfaced Japanese characters ("Tianjin Tokyo") found on the heel of the shoes along with an added “Guilty Parties” label on the insoles. No release and pricing info yet, but will let you know as soon as they become available. TBA.

We Legendary has teamed up with Emerica for their first ever collaboration in celebration of the store's 10th anniversary. Using the Emerica Reynolds Vulc Low, the brands tapped world-renowned Filipino graffiti artist Egg Fiasco to design the shoe's footbed - a colorful rendition of weLegendary, styled similarly to the destination signs found on the Jeepney.

The shoe's black/white-gold colorway is complemented with the WL gold lace dubrae. To bring it home to where it all began, "Kamuning Posse" is found on the heel, commemorating the shop's first-ever store in Kamuning and the team that held it down for the past decade. P2,960

Fallen started in 2003 by professional skateboarder Jamie Thomas. This skate shoe brand would branch off of the successful Black Box Distribution, and house some of the most popular skateboarders of all time including Chris Cole, Tommy Sandoval, Jamie Thomas, and Billy Marks. 13 years later, the brand has fallen (2016), but made a huge comeback this year!

“WE ARE BACK! And with the relaunch, we’d also like to reintroduce Tommy Sandoval to the Fallen Footwear Family! Let’s make 2019 the best one yet everyone! The website and web store is LIVE, link is in our bio.”

Check out their latest reissue, the Patriot, the brand's highest comfort skate shoe, designed to have more protection due to its cup sole construction with FLX technology on the soleplate. Available in various colorways. this Fallen Patriot skate shoe NEVER DIES! $80.

Officially launched this month, the Nike SB Zoom Janoski RM features an outsole that’s lighter, more flexible and has a sleeker toe box, among other Janos. In creating his shoe, Stefan wanted the most minimally-designed skate shoe possible for maximum performance and board feel, where every part of the shoe was meticulously scrutinized.

A few days ago, Nike SB launched the first of many new styles and silhouettes of the Stefan Janoski Remastered (RM). These are mid, slip and AC models presented in grey colorway.

Just today, I'm really surprised to see these 2 colorful Jano RMs over @Nike AU for $130 (AUD). What do you think? Cop or Drop?

Tie dyed Nike SBs are nothing new. 5 years ago, we've seen the Janoski outfitted with that look in a tie dye pack Janos released in 2014. The pack consists of two pairs that manage to show a little bit of restraint as far as that DIY coloration is concerned. This year, Nike SB applies the ’60s aesthetic to the skate shoe staple again with the release of Nike SB Janoski Tie-Dye 2019. The boat build goes even wavier in this new version, drenching the canvas in crimson, blue, yellow, and black colorways. The pair sports contrast trim and clean soles, letting the tie-dye design get the full display. Now available at Nike AU for $105(AUD).

Nike SB’s Stefan Janoski, has had quite a momentous year as it celebrates both the entire line’s 10th year anniversary and the shoe’s surprising return. Honoring its decade long roots, Beaverton retroed Tiffany, the OG colorway responsible for the eponymous model’s overwhelming popularity. The Nike SB Stefan Janoski “Tiffany” plays on some other skateboard classics — namely the SB Diamond Dunk Low — though its inspired scheme opts for a subtlety only it can allow, utilizing the Diamond swoosh and branded tongue accents.

Construction mostly comprises of smooth suede upper with white contrast stitching adding dimension along the toe box, eyestay, and heel. Soles are typical of the sport staple while the rest shines through a much more lifestyle-driven lens. If you want to grab your pair, it is now available at 1991 Skate Shop AU for around 100USD.

After February’s Led Zeppelin collaboration, Vans has taken yet another legend of rock and roll for inspiration: this time, they’ve joined forces with the estate of David Bowie for a eight-shoe capsule collection, split between a total of 6 men’s pairs and 2 kids pairs. Consisting of a Vans Old Skool, a Vans Era, a Vans SK8-Hi, a Vans Sk8-Hi Platform, a Vans Slip-On 47 V DX, and a Vans Slip-On Classic, each David Bowie x Vans shoe nods to an iconic LP from Bowie’s extensive catalogue with its unique colorway and special embellishments. Check out the collection below, and also be sure to check on to secure your favorite pair(s) now. ~$45.

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