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    September 3, 2011
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iskateforbacon's Reviews
 
Thick 1" x 3.5." Ledge and rail wax. Imported.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
PostedSeptember 3, 2011
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iskateforbacon
from ohio
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:advanced
Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
zero wax is buttery. it makes rails buttery, ledges buttery, but not your toast. use real butter for your toast.
Pros: high performance, durable, do not eat stupid
+25points
25of 25voted this as helpful.
 
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
PostedSeptember 3, 2011
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iskateforbacon
from ohio
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:advanced
very small 
5 / 5
5 / 5
i personally always get a half size smaller shoe when i get a thin vulcanized shoe. These shoes are awesome. they last about 2 months with shoe goo, which is fairly long. the board feel is excellent, and the insole provides a decent amount of cushion for skating bigger stuff.
Pros: breaks in easy, long lasting soles, looks great, good board feel, stylish, doesn't rip, durable, good cushioning, sole keeps grip a long time, comfortable, good grip
Cons: poor ankle support
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Fallen team shoes tailored for big set landings. Features a great upper with a combination of leather/suede/synthetic for a durable, yet extremely stylish look. The lightweight EVA midsole creates comfort and impact protection. Highly abrasion-resistant outsole for wear and durability.
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
PostedSeptember 3, 2011
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iskateforbacon
from ohio
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:advanced
These shoes were really nice.
they took a while to break in, but they have slightly better than average board feel for a standard sole. they were pretty comfortable, and they took a while to destroy. Using shoe goo greatly extends the life of these shoes. i cant stand when people complain about the laces ripping on shoes, ALL TEAM SHOES USE THE SAME LACES!
it's just the shape of the shoe that may allow laces to rip or not within a short period of time.
overall, good shoe.
Pros: long lasting soles, doesn't rip, durable, sole keeps grip a long time, comfortable, good grip
Cons: does not break in quickly
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iskateforbacon's Questions
 
 Zero Single Skull Deck
Zero Single Skull Deck
7.5 " x 31.13" or 7.75" x 31.5". 7-ply maple. Imported.
 

how come there isn't the 8s and 8.25s on here like in the catalogue? are they out of stock?

2 years, 10 months ago
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iskateforbacon
ohio
 
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