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The hottest selection of sneakers for skateboarding.

1. SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Mid

From the mind of an innovative deck legend comes the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Men's Skateboarding Shoe, a signature original that blends a minimalist aesthetic with superb impact protection. Durable construction and superior grip enhances the fit and on-board feel of Nike's essential skate shoe, offering ahead-of-its-time design that sets the modern standard of comfort and durability.
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2. Emerica G-Code

Live, die and skate by the words of G-Code. Designed by Bryan Herman, this suede sneaker features a suede upper, padded tongue and collar,full length internal EVA midsole, STI molded PU Footbed, System G2 Six Shooter heel cushion, and a 400 NBS gum rubber cupsole.
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3. Dunk Low Premium SB

The Dunk Low Pro SB features Nike SB's softer, more flexible sole which equals one amazing skate shoe. A padded tongue and collar gives great support throughout.
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4. Vans Era 46 Pro

Vans, always good for revamping the classics, comes through with the Era 46 Pro! Right on time, the Era 46 Pro uses durable pig suede, hemp, and canvas uppers on vulcanized outsoles with high-grade PU footbeds and original Vans waffle grip. These shoes, just like the original Vans Era, have slightly padded collars and no padding in the tongue, but with the Era 46 Pro, Dura-cap reinforced toe and ollie areas come into play, giving longer lasting flick and protection from toe stubbing.

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5. Dunk Mid Pro SB

With plenty of ankle support and comfort the Dunk Mid Pro SB is built to last, and that it will. Check out the best Nike Dunks SB here, and the hottest selection of shoes from Nike Skateboarding here.

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6. Paul Rodriguez 2.5

Halfway between the 2 and the 3, this P-Rod 2.5 is light in weight and heavy in skate. Constructed for ultimate comfort and superior board feel. Paul Rodriguez was and still is Nike's leading man for their entry into skateboarding.
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7. Paul Rodriguez 5 LR

The Paul Rodriguez 5 LR is a low-cut skate shoe with perforated suede uppers for ventilation, padded collars and tongues, and a one piece toe cap. They also incorporate a durable and flexible rubber vulcanized outsole and a drop-in midsole. Another awesome feature with the P-Rod 5 LR is the Lunarlon insoles that come with them. Lunarlon insoles are 30% lighter than the normally used Phylon foam and was originally used only in Nike running shoes. But since crossing over into skateboarding, Lunarlon technology allows every kick, push, and impact landing to be absorbed as if the surface you were on was as soft as a marshmallow.
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8. Vans Type II

The Vans Type II, once just hype among the skate community, finally surfaced Holiday 2011. This shoe is all skate business with suede and canvas uppers, a vulcanized construction, padded tongues and collars, supportive elastic tongue centering straps, and a contoured footbed. The Type II proves to be the new low-top champ at the skate spot every time with its whole new arsenal of comfort and performance innovations, increasing cushioning to the feet, and furthering board-feel.

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9. Vans Chukka Low

The Chukka Low was designed with the skaters on the Vans team. The inspiration was based on shoes like the Authentic and the Chukka Boot and features a slightly padded upper, a one piece toe cap, and the classic Vans waffle grip. This shoe is bound to be a classic in the timeless style of Vans. Also check out the Vans Chukka 59 Pro.

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10. Paul Rodriguez Vulc Rod

P-Rod and Nike SB have done it again. This new shoe is, basically, a P-Rod 4 upper blended with a classic vulcanized rubber sole and a lightweight body. The Paul Rodriguez Vulc Rod is constructed for comfort and a tight board feel.
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