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Since the dawn of skateboarding, white skate shoes have always represented a clean look. Whether they are paired with chino coloured Dickies or stone blue denims you can expect your resulting footage to look fresh. We take a look at some of the finest from a huge selection available on Parade. Scroll down for some excellent options from the likes of Vans, adidas, Converse Cons, New Balance Numeric and more. Including pro models from AVE, Jamie Foy, Louie Lopez and Tom Knox.
Vans AVE Pro
The Vans AVE Pro skate shoe is the most technical Vans silhouette to date, as well as being the debut Vans model for skateboarding legend, Anthony Van Engelen. The AVE Pro makes use of RapidWeld no sew technology alongside DURACAP underlays giving excellent durability. The shoe debuts UltimateWaffle construction, which Vans say is the perfect combination of support, thanks to an internal shank, built-in impact cushioning, and grip.
adidas Campus ADV
Adidas Campus ADV skate shoes provide a fresh take on a classic adidas model. Taking the popular 80s look, the Campus ADV shoes feature a padded collar and tongue to keep your foot comfortable, alongside a unique flexible patterned outsole with flexible Bounce midsole cushioning.
The DC Lynx OG skate shoe has been a skateboarding staple since the late 90s. The shoe's popularity is largely down to the likes of DC Shoes riders Josh Kalis and Brian Wenning - with the Lynx quickly became the go-to shoe in skateboarding at the turn of the decade. Featuring leather and suede uppers, a foam padded collar and tongue, and Impact-G heel cushioning.
New Balance Numeric 440 Tom Knox
This is the second pro colourway for New Balance Numeric team rider, Tom Knox. Coming off the back of his debut colourway, which is said to be the fastest selling New Balance Numeric skate shoe to date. The shoe features a blend of cutting edge technology with great cushioning. This creates an ideal go-to shoe for skateboarding and every day wear. The foam wedge in the heel enhances comfort, whilst the reinforced toe aids with durability.
Converse Cons Leather Louie Lopez Pro
An all white leather version of the hugely popular Converse Cons Louie Lopez pro skate shoe. The silhouette was inspired by retro tennis and skate shoes, and designed with performance and comfort in mind. The premium leather upper gives maximum durability, whilst the Dual Density Ortholite insole provides impact protection.
The adidas Coronado skate shoe is an all-new silhouette from adidas Skateboarding. Featuring a vulcanised wrap and a textured toe bumper for durability. Whilst the outsole provides outstanding grip and unmatched flex, giving you superior board feel and control.
Vans Half Cab Pro
The Vans Half Cab Pro in white leather really is a great looking skate shoe. Steve Cabellero's signature shoe gets a leather makeover, upgraded for modern skateboarding. You'll find Vans' UltraCush HD sockliners for impact cushioning, as well as the DURACAP reinforced underlays in high-wear areas.
Lakai Manchester XLK
Lakai Manchester XLK leather skate shoes in white and gum. The OG Lakai silhouette in its original 2004 colours. The Manchester XLK has been re-issued with improved an fit and extra comfort. The outsole features mini cylinder tread and large flare branding, whilst the sidewalls are sculpted to reduce any extra weight and improve flexibility.
New Balance Numeric 306
The New Balance Numeric 306 is the debut pro model for 2018 Thrasher Skater of the Year, Jamie Foy. The 306 provides an update to the traditional vulcanised skate shoe. The rubber underlays and suede uppers provide greater durability. Mesh panels allow air to flow, keeping your foot comfortable. The 306 is a great choice for a reliable and comfortable skate shoe.
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