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    February 29, 2012
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    February 29, 2012
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    October 30, 2012
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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. Cushioning midsole. 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.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
must have
PostedFebruary 29, 2012
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from Miramar, FL
I purchased this product for:myself
I purchased this product:1-3 months ago
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:recreational
This product is primarily used/worn for:participating in a sport
very small 
4 / 5
4 / 5
At first they may be a pain to walk in, but they break in very easy. You just have to walk around in them for a couple days and they will break in in no time. They last a little more than an average shoe, and after they are broken in and skated in for like a week, they are amazing.
Pros: breaks in easy, long lasting soles, looks great, good board feel, cool colors, stylish, durable, sole keeps grip a long time, comfortable, good grip
Cons: poor ankle support, laces break easily
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 Almost X-Mark Impact Plus Deck
Almost X-Mark Impact Plus Deck
Have instant impact in your local spot: the Almost X-Mark Impact Plus Deck has arrived. Impact technology uses carbon fiber reinforced discs on both top and bottom plys to form a new type of rigidity without compromising the natural organic feel of a standard 7-ply. Pro models from the likes of: Rodney Mullen (8.1" x 31.9") and Cooper Wilt (8.25" x 32").
 

Shape of the board?

Does this board have more of a steep or mellow concave?
11 months ago
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Roth
Miramar, FL
 
So fresh and so clean, the Nike SB Team Edition 2 shoe skates as good as it looks. Slimmed down and lightweight. Suede upper gives comfort and durability. Vulcanized sole for boardfeel. Perforated piping supplies ventilation. Pronounced eyelets for style.
 

Why is a 1/2 size bigger size reccomended?

are these shoes really slim? like janoski shoe slim? or more? i have not a wide shoe but medium maybe. just trying to order the right size thanks
2 years, 1 month ago
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Roth
Miramar, FL
 
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