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Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue

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Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue

IDR310,000.00
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
  • Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
Crush 100 Kids' Skate Shoes - Black/Blue
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Our teams of skaters designed these skate shoes for kids just starting to skateboard.

BENEFITS

Durability

PU upper to withstand repeated impact with the skateboard.

Grip

100% rubber sole with good grip on both the board and ground when pushing off.

Precision

Thin, flat sole so you can feel the board and launch tricks.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How does the Crush children's skate shoe limit impacts to the foot?

Mesh and foam tongue limits impacts of the skateboard against the top of the foot.

What kind of grip do you get from these skate shoes?

Mounted on a rubber sole, this skate shoe provides good grip on
the deck and ground when pushing off.

Are these skate shoes durable?

The sole is glued for increased resistance to tearing. All of the seams are doubled.

What are the differences between high and low shoes?

Aside from their style, high and low shoes do not offer the same advantages.
A high upper provides more stability and protects the ankle by supporting it better.
A low upper will offer a greater range of movement and lighter weight.

How do you choose your skate shoe size?

Choosing a skate shoe means finding something that gives you freedom while staying on your foot.
You therefore want something that is neither too wide, which would mean the shoes fall off, nor too tight, which would squash your toes. Our new vulcanised shoes will feel quite narrow the first few times you wear them. After a few hours they will begin to adjust to the shape of your feet. The best thing is to get shoes that are fitted.