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Fallen Clipper SE - Men's

If there's one shoe that has it all, it's the Fallen Clipper SE. Light, fully padded & ready for spot annihilation. The nubuck/suede upper provides a great combination of style and durability. A full-length EVA insole keeps your feet fresh after a hard day spent ridin’. Padded foam tongue and collar. Seamless toe cap. Custom heel tab. Vulcanized construction.
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Are you going to have more sizes in the skatistan edition i still want them.

I am size 11.5 and i want the skatistan ones.
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Unfortunately not. There are no other sizes on order for the men's Fallen Clipper shoe in the Black/Red/Green colorway. This particular style will no longer be available from the website once warehouse inventory is gone.
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What do you guys like better vans chukka low or fallen clipper

for a casual and a little skate shoe
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I will let your fellow skaters provide their opinions for you. I can not be biased on this platform to one vendor or another. I can say both styles will work for a casual skate shoe...pretty much depends on your personal preference in colors and shoe construction.
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do these shoes get holes in them fast

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The longevity of the men's Fallen Clipper shoes will really depend on your skating style, how much you weigh, how well you take care of the shoes, etc. So there are different factors to consider when trying to answer your question. I would recommend checking out some reviews on this style to see what other skaters are saying about the durability of this design. Otherwise, all I can really say is that this shoe is well constructed and should last a while with regular skating.
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When will you guys have them in size 8 again?

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We do expect another delivery of the Mens Fallen Clipper, in colorway Black/White Suede, in a size 8, towards the end of this month, May 2011.
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How does the rubber wear down?

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The rubber on the Mens Fallen Clipper wears down quicker than "normal shoes" because they are constantly being rubbed against griptape (basically steel shavings). Wear speed will vary based on how often you skate, how hard you skate etc.
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How long do they take to break in?

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The Mens Fallen Clipper break in period depends on what you are doing to them. I would say 3-7 days on average.
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