Andrew Reynolds, aka The Boss, keeps it classy and comfortable with the Reynolds 3. The suede/canvas/synthetic upper provides durability and style, while the vulcanized sole with an integrated System G2 gel inset provides great comfort during high impact.
Reynolds on the Reynolds 3: "The shoe’s lasted a really long time and stayed a really good shoe for like 8 or 9 years now. It was one of the first shoes out that brought back Vulc shoes. That’s what’s really cool about it, plus it’s just a nice looking shoe."
the width is perfect, it has awesome board feel. the only things that i didnt like about these is that there isnt enough padding and the insole is pretty slippery, which makes them rub against my feet. just a note, the "purple suede" colorway is actually canvas.
Erik Ellington's new basketball-inspired shoe pushes the mid-top to all new levels of ill. Suede/leather upper. Visa terry lining. SupraFoam® midsole for impact resistance. Premium grade EVA sockliner with BK mesh. Lightweight cupsole. Imported. "It's a bit more tech than my past shoes, and it's not vulcanized which I think is a breath of fresh air. It reminds me of the shoes I used to skate in when I first started, so to me it's extra special. It's probably my favorite shoe I've ever had." -Erik Ellington
3m reflective panel
which colorway(s) have it, where is it located, and what does it do?
2 years, 5 months ago
Gravis Dylan Mid - Men's
Dylan Reider's new pro mid-top's are classy and ready to skate, right out the box. Canvas/waxed canvas upper. Cloud 9 PU footbed. High traction rubber outsole. Imported.
Dip down low in the Supra Stacks. The durable upper can be canvas and suede, nylon, or TUF canvas.
An exclusive SupraFoam® midsole provides the entire foot impact resistance, optimal shoe flex, and board feel.
A lightweight cupsole is included for comfort.
Visa terry lining gives a comfortable feel along with a premium grade EVA sockliner featuring BK mesh.
Together, these eco-friendly materials make this shoe breathable, lightweight, and flexible. Also, the materials do not require harmful adhesives, and they won't lose elasticity under compression.