Talking about which shoes are suitable for skating sounds pretty overdue. Everybody skates wearing almost anything, from the latest Jordan 1 to leather boots or Clarks shoes. That said, some models are still specifically made for skating, and feature technologies and functionalities to help people take on the skate activity. Those skate sneakers share the same structure, with a vulcanized rubber sole and ergonomic pads on sensitive areas - ankle, instep, heel. Put short, the functional effort remains pretty the same across all the styles up here. This keeps pushing many and many brands to stand out from the crowd with the aesthetic. That’s why Last Resort AB’s minimal low-top suede shoes stand beside the chunky silhouettes of Osiris and DVS. Other notable sneakers include Nike Sb premier styles, Janoskis and Kostons, as well as the most tech-oriented styles from Vans and Globe, not to mention the endless series of pro-skaters’ signature shoes.