When the Janoski was first dropped, it was truly one of a kind. Never before had a skate shoe incorporated high-tech features, premium materials, and a laid-back, nautical-inspired design.
Leather, suede or canvas upper with double stitching in key zones to help deter blowouts.
The upper houses perforations over the forefoot to increase airflow.
One-piece, heel-to-midfoot overlay for streamlined support.
Lightly padded collar for ankle protection and comfort.
Vulcanized sole construction increases flexibility.
Nike Zoom, low-pro unit sits below for increased performance.
Rubber outsole with herringbone traction pattern for lasting grip and easy change of direction.
The Premium SE version of the Janoski contains different features, while maintaining the flexible vulcanized construction and Nike Zoom unit for cushioning.
Prem SE: Suede/leather and nubuck upper backed with foam supplies comfort.
Prem SE: Coated toe box helps resist wear from flips.
Prem SE: Honeycomb midsole for lightweight cushioning.
Prem SE: Sticky gum-rubber outsole for flexibility.
I know that some shoe colorways are made with different materials. So what color of this shoe would be the most durable?
i think the black ones. my buddy skated the multi color ones and they didnt last anywhere near as mine
3 years, 8 months ago
Globe The Bender - Men's
It's Jake Duncombe's vice, life and now his first pro shoe. Get on the Bender. Suede/leather upper. Hand stitched moccasin toe. Synthetic lining for extra comfort. Cushioned footbed with custom Australia map print. Grippy rubber outsole with herringbone tread pattern. Vulcanized construction. Imported.