The Stefan Janoski Mid by Nike is the same classic vulc skate shoe as the original Stefan, but now available as a mid for more ankle support and protection.
Leather/suede/nubuck upper materials for nice feel and great durability.
Nike Zoom gives low-profile cushioning and lightweight performance.
Autoclave construction fuses the outsole to the upper for a classic, streamlined look and feel.
Perforated vamp increases ventilation during sweaty sessions.
Grippy vulc sole with herringbone traction pattern for ultimate board feel.
people always tell me these are the best shoes to skate in and i decided to buy my first pair of janoskis when the mids came out so i could have a little ankle support. they ripped in 2 weeks for me and it felt like my toes were slapping the groudn everytime i tried to do stairs/gap . plus they changed the laces so its not those leather ones or whatever anymore their some easy to rip ones ones that rip in 2 days. i didnt really like the shoe but it did have great board feel.
Pros: boardfeel, sole lasts long
Cons: new laces rip to easy, toecap ripped to fast, not enough padding
When gold medalist boarder Chris Cole speaks, you should be all ears. The DC Shoes Cole Pro is the signature model of the man himself. Cole knows the style and performance it takes to dominate the streets, so with his direct hand in the development of this shoe, you can be certain you’ve got yourself a sneaker that will turn some heads. If you’re ready to up your game to the next level, you better look the part.
Heavy-duty suede upper.
Abrasion-resistant sticky rubber outsole.