These slip-ons are the epitome of simplicity and durability. The upper has a perforated rubber underlay for added durability, and the large seamless piece on the toe area lets the shoe wear evenly. A polyurethane footbed adds impact protection and the reverse wrap vulcanized construction gives the outsole extra flick and resilience.
Primary Upper Materials
Reverse Wrap Rubber Outsole
Perforated Rubber Toe Underlay
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.
Polyurethane Footbed - Polyurethane is the perfect material for skate shoe insoles as its naturally cushioning properties help dampen vibrations and absorb impacts.
Reverse Wrap Rubber Outsole - Reverse wrapping adds durability to the outsole.
Buy a shoe that fits
by Jordan F
Posted on 2/20/2020
State Felton Slip-On Shoes
Contrary to what has been said in the comments below. These are great skate shoes with amazing board feel and durability for a slip on. People complaining about your heel coming out of the shoe clearly purchased a size too big for their feet. Buy a shoe that fits and that problem will not occur. Great SKATE and CHILL shoe.
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Skate shoes? Hardly.
Posted on 3/15/2019
State Felton Slip-On Shoes
I concur with Rob’s review of this shoe. My heel would pop out with every push down the street. If these were marketed as a chill, non skate shoe, then I’d give it more stars, but the fact that these are definitely presented as skate shoes makes me want to give zero stars. I’m sure the other shoes in their line that aren’t slip-ons would be much better for skating. They might work alright for skating a bowl or a ramp, but not any situation where you’ve gotta push.
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Chillers not skaters
by Rob Regan
in San Francisco, CA(Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/18/2018
State Felton Slip-On Shoes - black/white suede
These are some of the most comfortable slip ons I've ever owned. Great for everything off the board and look good with some cuffed Horseshoes. That being said, there are several flaws in the design that prevent it from being a functional skate shoe. HEEL SLIPPAGE. After a few tilted and passionate pushes down the steet I found my bare sock to be in contact with my griptape. This happened continuously and only worsened as the shoe broke in and loosened up. I also had an issue with the "decorative" pull tabs on the back.... They're too small to fit a finger through and ultimately serve no purpose. Last but not least I'd like to mention, as a heads up, that these shoes are pretty narrow and quite pointy. All things considered this is an OK shoe for the price...I wouldn't buy another pair but I would recommend these to someone who doesnt skate, thats looking for a comfy slip on.
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