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May 2019

Dutch artist Piet Parra and Nike SB have collaborated to release the Nike SB X Parra (no release info yet). The skate shoe will be colored in white with a number of prints/patterns on the collar, tongue tags, and insoles. Additional features include custom labels with Parra logo, mini Swoosh stitched on the toe, multi Swoosh stacked on the side and by co-brand embroidery placed on the back tabs. The Nike SB X Parra is set to release this summer, probably in July. TBA.

The éS Eric Koston 1 is the first-ever pro model skate shoe with an air system, plus an exposed polyurethane midsole. It has the double cup construction and a PU-insert in the middle and the air pocket. The skate shoe drew inspiration from a volleyball-type court shoe and came out really comfortable and impact-resistant. Found a size 10.5US on eBay in navy/gum colorway. See pictures for condition. These are over 20 years old so wear at your own risk. Skate shoes from this era are known to not hold up well after all this time so you are acknowledging that when purchasing. $320.

The RB skate shoe by Reef Shoes was released in 1998. Distinctively designed and creatively surf-inspired, these high-quality skate shoes are the S#$t! back in the day! While looking for these shoes online, I stumbled upon these very rare pairs of Reef Brazil RB Dealer Skate shoes on eBay. They are deadstock with tags size 10. Unfortunately no OG box. But quite a great deal for me! $70 Grey/Black Gum | $70 White/Black.

Adio Kenny Anderson V2 is one of the top-selling line of Adios before they went out of business. The brand focused more on the sole by adding exposed midsole foam for weight reduction and an airbag in the heel for impact resistance. These are hard to come by, so if you're size 10, you are in luck as I have found a Very great condition pair online with hardly any, to no wear on the bottoms. A little bit pricey, though. $150.

The Hamilton skate shoe by Adio Shoes was released in 2003. Adio Hamiltons are very comfortable, stylish, and works well for everyday wear and skating. They are durable too - it will take a long time for them to rip. The look is awesome, these go with anything. You got to buy these shoes. $35.

The Duffs Gambler is Matt Hensley's signature shoe. These are very comfortable and durable as they hold up well - thanks to its triple stitching.  It's very well rounded shoe to skate in. It's known for being lightweight, and indeed an OG chunky dad sneaker that's stylish and functional. Other salient features include a classic lacing system, tongue stabilizing straps, full-length sheet EVA midsole, compression molded EVA insole, and gum soles with traditional zigzag tread pattern. These shoes are hard to find these days, but if you're a size 10US and looking for an all-black colorway, you might like this used pair on eBay. $55.

The Ipath Cricket is a classic Ipath skate shoe that features a grey and tan hemp upper with neoprene lining in the tongue and collar, durable double stitching throughout, large Ipath logos at the sides and on the tounges, and an extra grippy rubber outsole. The Ipath Cricket skate shoes are hard to find these days, and it's a good thing I have found a size 8.5US (Used) on eBay. $75.

No reason to be blue with this denim skate shoe from Fallen. The Fallen Footwear Bomber Denim comes with a dark denim suede seamless toe with blue denim upper to provide a unique two-tone style on an abrasion resistant outsole for flexibility.  Along with an overall simple vulcanized construction, the denim skate shoe comes equipped with an "Impact Foam” Insole for long-lasting impact cushioning and support. $65.

Australian outpost Pass~Port has collaborated with Vans to bring us this Vans X Passport Sid Pro Ltd Shoes Brick Red. Also available in a green colorway, this skate shoe comes with an Old Skool reminiscent uppers in tooling akin to the brick walls of the Fitzy Plaza. It also comes with Embroidered V logos, classic Jazz Stripe with white contrast stitching, outsoles, and laces adding that classic set of color blocking. $90.

Keep your feet safe with a heavily padded Discord Shoes from DVS. Featuring a black nubuck and leather uppers, this might just be the most badass skate shoes on the market. They're beefed up, with a padded collar and tongue for added comfort, and even have a die-cut EVA midsole for high impact landings. Whether you're skating or not, the DVS Discord skate shoe provides maximum protection and durability - of course - you get DVS' timeless style as well. Available in various colorways. ~$40.

None. Your best bet is to buy from Jackass Project Skate Shop!

You may also pre-order it from us, though you'll need to wait for weeks :). Or, you may join skate shoe groups on Facebook and try to look for your specific Fallen Footwear there. OLX is not the way to go, as well as eBayPH - only a few pairs are being sold there. I don't recommend buying from iPricePH because it's overpriced - you'd get a better deal from resellers on FB skate shoe groups or FB pages like Coolture Shop, I assure you of that!

The DVS Shoes Enduro Heir is a high-performance heritage skate shoe that’s tough and technical. It features a high abrasion rubber cup sole that houses a full heel airbag to provide us with big drop protection. It also has a midsole that is made from lightweight CME that further enhances top-level impact absorption. Other salient features include heavy padding on the tongue and collar, molded TPR and metal DVS badges, and leather/nubuck uppers. The DVS Shoes Enduro Heir is built like a tank and represents the epitome of the brand's durability and performance. $80.

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Fallen Trooper Shoes

Designed By Chris Cole, the Fallen Trooper Shoes SL is an OG signature model that comes with lightly foam-padded tongue and collar. It is known for its slim profile, Soft EVA insoles, gel heel inserts, and lightweight EVA midsoles. No wonder, a lot of skaters back in the day love to skate in these. This has been released in various colorways and a lot of fans want 'em back. No word from Fallen yet if they will reissue the Fallen Trooper SL, but with Chris Cole back in their team, there's a good fighting chance :).

Where to buy Fallen Trooper Shoes

Fallen is back in business since last year, and you can buy Fallen shoes on their website. However, these Fallen Trooper Shoes are hard to come by. However, I have found an 11.5US Fallen Trooper Shoes and some kids sizes on eBay - you might want to check 'em out here.

The DVS Pressure SC+ is a performance skate shoe with a cup sole construction. It comes with a clean one-piece toe design that prevents stitch blowouts and has an open-air mesh on the outside collar and tongue to provide breathability. Other salient features include the brand's Flex Feel technology, reinforced eye row for maximum durability, Vaporcell+ sock liner that delivers superior comfort and cushioning, and uppers that are made from suede and mesh. $60.

All-time classic is where it’s at. Revamping one of etnies’ OG skate shoe, the Lo-Cut II LS is inspired by the brand’s heritage. It features the classic etnies “E” logo and STI Foam Level 1 cushioning footbed for increased comfort and cushioning. The etnies Lo-cut II LS also incorporates the cut and buff midsole, a departure from the typical cup sole, and a triple-stitched toe. Try it out and see if it conjures up some good, old-school memories. $56.

Violent Femmes, a Milwaukee-based folk punk band is known for its ardent following including the pro skater Stefan Janoski. This is maybe the reason why the virtuoso skateboarder and the influential musical group are joining forces to bring us a special Nike SB Janoski. The Nike SB Janoski X Violent Femmes will feature a simple all-white base with “Violent” and “Femmes” chain-stitched in yellow on the left and right shoes. There is also an upside-down “shadow” printed directly below each word for a compelling dual dose of branding.

“I’m Nothing,” the name of the band’s hit 1994 single is visible on the tongue in Janoski’s handwriting, while further hand-drawn collaborative graphics grace the insoles, and it will come with white leather laces. Stefan Janoski is also an accomplished musician so the upcoming Violent Femmes album will feature a brand-new version of “I’m Nothing,” complete with vocals from Janoski. The Nike SB Janoski X Violent Femmes is slated to release this fall, so stay tuned to Skate Shoes PH for a specific arrival date as it’s available.

Hey, Fallen! Since Chris Cole is back. Will there be a Purple/Black Trooper reissue? Anyway, this new Fallen Footwear Patriot Crimson Gum reissue deserves a lot of tricks. It is an OG model and is being dubbed as the brand's highest comfort skate shoe, designed to have more protection for extreme tests and wear. Available in various colorways, this Fallen Footwear Patriot in Crimson Gum colorway has got to be the dopest! $80.  

Your favorite silhouette from Vans has been revamped with an all-new desert-inspired design. The Vans Era Desert Embellished Tan Skate Shoes come with a monochromatic tan canvas construction upper with matching laces and outsoles, creating a subtle backdrop for the colorful embellishments featured at the sidewalls and outsoles of the shoe. The colorful desert scene embroidered at the sidewalls features graphics of cacti, a snake, stars, offering a fun embellished look that will surely capture anyone's attention. Other salient features include a lightly padded, leather-lined collar, metal lace eyelets, and Vans signature waffle tread. $100.

Chris Cole is one of the most respected skateboarders in the game. With an almost incomparable mix of skating skills and finesse, he’s crushed everything in his way at an awesome speed. His first pro-skate shoe with Fallen called the "Trooper," was released way back in 2005, a union that grew to help define both Cole and Fallen. His second signature skate shoe "The Ripper" was released two years after, while his third signature skate shoe "The Hi-Volt" was released in 2010. During that span, Fallen Footwear also released the "Cobra Hood" which became one of the best-selling apparel items of its time.

After two years of being off the market, Fallen Footwear, founded by Jamie Thomas, is making a huge come back this year. And in line with that, Chris Cole just took to Twitter this morning to announce that he is back on the "Fallen" team.

“FallenFootwear has always been the underdog, blue collar, working skater’s brand. The spirit of all that Fallen did the first time around is the same spirit we want to continue with. Being a part of Fallen again makes me so happy. Proud to carry the Fallen torch once again." - Chris Cole

This certainly gives some more weight to the Fallen reboot. Could a new Skate Shoe be in the works?

The future for Chris Cole and Fallen Footwear look brighter than ever, with the first step plans being to re-release some of his best-selling skate shoes and apparel, followed by creating new signature stuff.

Based on the worldwide renowned Copa Mundial soccer shoes, the adidas Busenitz Black, White and Red Suede Shoes take the best of adidas comfort and mold it's details towards an incredible cupsole designed skateboarding shoe. Featured with a black suede upper, vector tread bottom outsole, and Geofit technology for comfortable padding, these shoes remain relatively lightweight and give you the confidence you need to skate as fast as Busenitz himself. $80.

May 1st, 2019, Oceanside, CA

We are very proud to announce that Chris Cole is back on Fallen Footwear! Professional Skateboarder Chris Cole, arguably one of the world’s best street skateboarders is back on Fallen Footwear, one of his original footwear sponsors for which he was pro for 8 years.

During those 8 great years, Fallen Footwear produced multiple best-selling signature products with Cole’s name including his first pro model shoe “The Trooper” which was released in 2005, his second signature shoe “The Ripper” which was released in 2007, and his third signature shoe “The Hi-Volt” which was released in 2010. During that span, Fallen also released the “Cobra Hood” which became one of the best-selling apparel items at the time.

The future for Chris Cole and Fallen Footwear is bright, with the first step plans being to rerelease some of his best-selling items and followed by creating new signature items that will sure to become fan favorites and best sellers.

Chris Cole Quote

Fallen has always been the underdog, blue collar, working skater’s brand. The spirit of all that Fallen did the first time around is the same spirit we want to continue to move forward with. Being a part of Fallen again makes me so happy, and I feel like the brand is a part of me. I’m proud to carry the Fallen Footwear torch once again.

Chad Foreman Quote 

My history with Fallen Footwear and Chris Cole goes back almost two decades, but these next steps, the relaunch, getting some of the original guys back on the team and rebuilding the brand from the ground up has been so rewarding. Working for a brand that had such a huge impact on my early business career and being able to revisit it with a broader perspective, more experience and knowledge, and also with some of the original team riders is just special, it’s a special time. Everyone here at Two Two4 Media will stop at nothing in order to recreate Fallen in the most authentic way possible!

Ronnie Quote 

We are very proud to announce that Chris is back and rising again with the Fallen. His return means an upscale in the brand identity. It is such an honor to have one only two skaters to be awarded twice as “Skater of the Year”. Knowing him as a man who likes perfection, the future Fallen collections will have so much added value. All of the Chris Cole and Fallen fans can´t wait to see his pro models re-released and back on shop shelves and we are equally excited to make that happen!

Chris’s Sponsors 

Plan B Skateboards, Thunder Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, GoPro, Stance, Bones Love Milk, Kershaw Knives, Indian Motorcycles, Cult, Bones Bearings, Fallen footwear

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