Nike® updated the design of their Low Pro GT Skate Shoes with Grant Taylor's vision. With high taping for more durability and lightweight vulcanized construction, these SB Skate Shoes were built to shred.
- Grant Taylor
- Herringbone Tread
- Elastic Gusseted Tongue
- Zoom Air Units in Insole
- Mesh Panels for Breathability
- Taping Between the Midsole and the Upper Adds Durability
- Reinforced double stitching along high abrasion zone
Vulcanized - “Vulc” shoes are light, flexible and break in quickly. These don't provide as much foot protection as cupsoles, but they are preferred if you’re looking for good board feel in a shoe with less weight and bulk.
Herringbone Tread - The herringbone pattern is frequently used in basketball shoes for its ability to provide optimal traction on smooth surfaces.
Elastic Gusseted Tongue - Lets you wear the shoe like a slip-on when laces are removed.
Zoom Air Units in Insole - Independent Nike Zoom Air units provide incredibly thin cushioning and bring the foot closer to the ground for enhanced stability, especially during quick cuts and multi-directional movements.
After impact, the tightly stretched fibers inside the pressurized air units quickly bounce back into shape, providing a responsive feel and improved awareness of the surface you’re on.
Mesh Panels for Breathability - The mesh panels do what they're supposed to, keep your feet feeling comfortable.
|Primary Upper Materials|
|bio beige/white-gym red-white||Suede|
|black/white-black-gum light brown||Suede|
|black/white-black-white-gum light brown||Suede|
|boarder blue/racer blue-boarder blue||Suede|
|cinnabar/black-cinnabar-gum light brown||Suede|
|cool grey/black-cool grey-white-gum light brown||Suede|
|team orange/black-team orange||Suede|
|(orange label) white/light cognac-white-light cognac||Leather|
|(orange label) white/pro green-white-pro green||Leather|
|(orange label)white/varsity royal-white-varsity royal||Leather|
My only gripe is that the laces are not long enough to use all of the lace loops. Not that I need to use that last set. But it would be nice to have the option