Skate shoes were specifically designed for skateboarding sports,
to allow a better liability on skateboard.
They differ from other footwear mainly due the very flexible sole, and
Reinforcements in the places that are worn out very quickly when boarding.
Mid-60s, the first skate shoes were developed.
In order to reduce the wear of heavily used sites were the so-called
"Olliepads" and "Lace Saver" invented.
In the 1990s, the shoes gradually took on its present "low-cut" form,
among others at the time, companies such as Emerica és and DC shoes were established.
There was also a trend introducing "Pro models" behind which famous skateboard pro stands with his name
and helps develop the design.
Many of them are sponsored by big brands such as:
Chris Cole, Rob Dyrdek, Travis Rice, Ken Block Danny Way and lots more..
The current skate shoe contains mostly the following components:
two to three times running sutures in order to make the shoe durable.
Continue to have these shoes a thicker than normal tongue, which serves on the one hand,
to a more stable retention of the foot in the shoe
and also as a protection against the board should pop on the instep.
As deposits also differ from normal skate shoe models, here are often silicone
Pads or gel inserts attached to a corresponding attenuation to achieve.
That's why when skateboarding shoes solved so because another system such as damping bubble
in the soles due to heavy wear and the heavy demands were not tenable.