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Skate Shoes<br />Brief History<br />http://www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
Skate Shoes<br />Skate shoes are specifically designed for skateboarders. Even people who are not skateboarding choose to ...
A Bit Of History<br />Skateboarding began back in 1950’s back then the boards had metal wheels and were extremely slippery...
Vans Shoes<br />In the early sixties company called Randy's was the third largest manufacturer of shoes in the USA, Paul V...
Vans Camryn Shoe<br />This shoe is almost like a Chukka and features quarter panel flaps that extend to the mid-foot to ho...
Vans Shoes Dominating<br />Vans shoes dominated the market and the domination lasted for almost fifteen years until arriva...
Toughest Shoes<br />Skate shoes are subjected to the abrasiveness of a skateboard's grip tape on a regular basis when worn...
Element Billings 2<br />Element have got your number with the Billings 2 Shoe. This sick skate shoe features a cold-connec...
Thank You For Reading<br />Thank you for reading!<br />For skate shoes, please visit:<br />http://www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk...
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Vans Shoes Brief History

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Vans Shoes Brief History

  1. 1. Skate Shoes<br />Brief History<br />http://www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  2. 2. Skate Shoes<br />Skate shoes are specifically designed for skateboarders. Even people who are not skateboarding choose to wear skate shoes because of the design. Skate shoes features include a flat sole made of rubber or polyurethane, a suede or composition leather, and double or triple stitching.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  3. 3. A Bit Of History<br />Skateboarding began back in 1950’s back then the boards had metal wheels and were extremely slippery. In early sixties companies such as Makaha and Hobie started making decent mass-produced skateboards. Those skateboards were still had to control until 1972 when the urethane wheel was invented that riders finally gained control of their boards, and all sorts of new wam-bam tricks were possible.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  4. 4. Vans Shoes<br />In the early sixties company called Randy's was the third largest manufacturer of shoes in the USA, Paul Van Doren was an Executive Vice President at that company. In 1966 Paul quit his job and started his own rubber company, called Van Doren Rubber Company. Later on the company became know as Vans and earned reputation as the pioneering skate brand.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  5. 5. Vans Camryn Shoe<br />This shoe is almost like a Chukka and features quarter panel flaps that extend to the mid-foot to hold the laces and sits above a dark gum outsole. So get with the trends and get your hands on the Vans Camryn Shoe.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  6. 6. Vans Shoes Dominating<br />Vans shoes dominated the market and the domination lasted for almost fifteen years until arrival of the sports giants such as Nike. Many features of a skate shoes are designed to increase its durability. <br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  7. 7. Toughest Shoes<br />Skate shoes are subjected to the abrasiveness of a skateboard's grip tape on a regular basis when worn by skaters. This is why skaters tend to go through shoes quickly. Super suede, action leather, and plastic underlying the toe cap help to increase the durability of a skate shoe. Lace loops and protectors are designed to prevent laces from shredding by shielding the most common areas that contact with grip tape.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  8. 8. Element Billings 2<br />Element have got your number with the Billings 2 Shoe. This sick skate shoe features a cold-connect construction with slim profile and padding, providing excellent board feel, while the durable rubber outsole provides superior traction.<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />
  9. 9. Thank You For Reading<br />Thank you for reading!<br />For skate shoes, please visit:<br />http://www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />www.SkateShoesShop.co.uk<br />

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