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Back-To-School Buyers Guide: Low Top Skate Shoes

Back To School Buyers Guide: Low Top Skate Shoes

Last week we dropped a street backpack buyers guide to help you stay organized throughout the day. Today we’re looking at what a lot of people describe as their favorite accessory…OK, maybe not a lot, but at least the sneaker heads out there. Here are our favorite low top skate shoes. But wait, this is only nine colors, we have 445 over in our shoe section.

Nike SB – Zoom Stefan Janoski SB Skate Shoes

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Skate Shoes

As Stefan was designing his shoe, he wanted to keep it clean, low profile, lightweight and skateable. The Zoom Stefan Janoski from Nike SB achieves all of this in a boat shoe inspired design that gives you everything you want and nothing you dont. Try a pair today from Tactics and see what you’re missing.

Adidas – Busenitz Vulc Skate Shoes

Adidas Busenitz Vulc Skate Shoes

This Vulc version of the Adidas Busenitz treats the popular skate shoe to a technical upgrade. Featuring a smooth all-suede upper, a comfortable molded sockliner, supportive GEOFIT collar cushioning, and the Vector Traction outsole for the ultimate in traction protection.

Emerica – Reynolds Low Skate Shoes

Emerica Reynolds Low Skate Shoes

The Reynolds Low Skate Shoes from Emerica are Andrew Reynolds signature shoes and are loaded with tech features to ensure your experience in these shoes is stupid comfortable and as enjoyable as possible.

Vans – Era Skate Shoes

Vans Authentic Skate Shoes

The Authentic is the shoe that’s stayed true to its roots and hasn’t changed since its 1966 origin. Now it’s a classic for any casual occasion. The Authentic is the first lace-up skate shoe to feature Vans’ signature waffle bottom construction, original vulcanized sole and canvas uppers.

HUF – Southern Skate Shoes

HUF Southern Skate Shoes

The Southern Skate Shoes from HUF don’t just look great, they also feature a vulcanized sole for amazing board feel and durable suede and canvas uppers.

Lakai – Vincent Skate Shoes

Lakai Vincent Skate Shoes

The Vincent Skate Shoes from Lakai have been tested and approved by Vincent Alvarez, and if they passed his inspection chances are good that you’ll love these, and not just for their looks.

Converse – CONS CTS Skate Shoes

Converse CONS CTS Skate Shoes

This classic Chuck Taylor silhouette has been revamped into a modern day low top skate destroyer. High density memory foam and a grippy vulcanized outsole give you the perfect combination of support and boardfeel.

Etnies – Nick Garcia RCT Skate Shoes

Etnies Nick Garcia RCT Skate Shoes

A classic Etnies shoe in Nick Garcia style. The upper portion of the RCT is built around a narrow model, creating a specially shaped toe to increase board flick and enhance the slipper-like fit.

DC Shoes – Mike Mo S Skate Shoes

DC Mike Mo S Skate Shoes

The Mike Mo S Skate Shoes from DC Shoes features every bit of technology possible to ensure your feet stay comfortable. It also happens to be Mike Mo Capaldi’s first signature shoe.

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