The Gravis Lowdown has a high cutting that gives it a stylish high top with full leather upper. It comes in electric slick colors that make it stand out in a crowd. It is lightly padded at its footbed for the extra comfort as well as support. Choose any electrifying color to strut them on the street, club or for a skate around. They are hot to any wardrobe.
The Adidas Top Ten reigned back in 1979 when it pushed through to the Adidas basketball shoe line up. It was tested and tried by ten NBA finest players for a thumbs-up. It is redesigned today sporting a clean style with synthetic leather upper for greater comfort. It is lighter than the Adidas Forum for easy baggage.
The Adidas Forum is a real classic that is slightly heavier as a high top. It is extremely popular in Asia, especially in silver, although its wide color range is awesome. It looks great with any outfit from retro to modern; hence, you would fit in the crowd anytime anywhere.
The Nike Dunks are today's most visible kicks on city streets, in all types of materials, themes and colors. Its extremely popular Dunk SB is designed for the skateboarder who wants to have comfort with versatility while performing the thrills. It has a fat tongue for security and a Zoom Air insole for full comfort. It comes in many colorways for your selection.
The DVS Milan CT Mid Skates wrap around your ankle for the cushioning comfort. The DVS Milan has a vulcanized sole that offers toothy traction for your toes; now you don't have to worry about coming down hard on your heels as there is the extra cushion at the heel cup section. You portray a classy yet casual look as you step onto the streets with the DVS Milan.
Last but not least, the Reebok pump is just awesome! Every kid with one was 'cool'. Its vintage copies of black and white splashed with an orange pumper were in great demand. But today, there are a variety of colors for the Reebok pump. Its new bright lime green is outstanding. It is the pair which a diehard sneaker fan should have in his collectibles.
by Albert Colin