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  • #31
    I have Fallen. Theyre not that popular but you can find them at most skateboarding stores.

    They works good with my pedals for trials.
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    • #32
      I used to use cheap skate shoes but i recently got some hightop skate shoes and i LOVE them my ankles used to get hit doing unispins and treys etc sometimes crankflips but now its protected!
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      • #33
        I've tried a lot of shoes by now for street/flat and the only way to go are Nike 6.0. They've last me 5 times longer (at least) than any other shoes, plus you can get low or mid top for ankle protection. A lot of other riders also use them (Anna Jinks, Eli Brill, Will Riley, Bobousse, Kevin K., ect.)
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        • #34
          For Flat/Street I wear DC A-250s coz they are like a skate shoe (flat sole, thick ankle walls) but they aren't as bulky at the end. They are kinda half skate, half runner
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          • #35
            I use any of the 5 10 freeride shoes. They stick to pedals like glue, so if your cranks or pedals get wet you don't slip around or anything. Also I believe that they come in mid top also. I have been very happy with them.

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            • #36
              funny because I was actually considering purchasing adidas sambas for riding. it seems like they're a great compromise between a fat, padded, traditional skate shoe and the thinner, more flexible converse.

              That being said. I ride with either my converses or old sneakers.

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              • #37
                What do you think about Try-all trials shoes?
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                • #38
                  I<3 Sambas.
                  I ride in those too, I find they feel the most comfortable while riding. And that's why I use'em. Now when it comes to what are the best, I couldn't tell you that.
                  'Cause I just ride in what feels good.
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                  • #39
                    I have Vans shoes now, they worn out pretty fast from Gliding but they are good for Trials, Street, Flatland, Muni, distance.... They're good for everything, I have High tops too so it doesn't kill my ankle when riding Flatland.

                    I thought about buying Try-All shoes, I dont know how long they would last though. I'll think about those depending on how long my Vans last.
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                    • #40
                      I had the Vans full cab. They were really comfortable right of the box and didn't require a whole lot of breaking in, but they wore out way too fast.
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                      • #41
                        fior trials i use dvs or vans i like the vans more. and for muni 5-10s adn love them!
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                        • #42
                          Anybody have thoughts about shoes with no laces, like the van slip ons. Or do they not get snug enough?
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                          • #43
                            I ride MUni and trials with these:



                            They're Contours walking trainers. The sole is ridiculously thick, they offer a massive amount of grip, built solidly, but they weigh a tonne. The pedals on my MUni have wrecked my other pair of shoes after one small ride, but these shoes stay solid, showing only minor damage.
                            Although I haven't tried riding with laceless shoes, I'd imagine they would be too loose.

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                            • #44
                              I have used 5-10s and teva links and the 5-10s are my favorite but i like the tevas because i can still do flat with them.
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                              • #45
                                anyone out there use zigtech?
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