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Globe Fusion Skateboarding Shoes

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The skateboarding shoes that are created by Globe Fusions are completed loaded with tons of technology, with several extra reinforcements, padding, stitching, and grip they can do just about anything. Not to mention, they are very comfortable, and they breathe well also. It is extremely tough to find skateboarding shoes that is going to perform well, and according to many people, Globe Shoes did a wonderful job in creating the Globe Fusion. In the event that you are searching for a nice pair of heavy duty, bulky skateboarding shoes that are technical trick ready, you should read on.

Globe Fusions, at a glance, resemble the old version of Globe CT IV’s. There were many people that loved wearing the old CT IV’s because the memory foam that was inside of the shoe made the shoes fit and feel just like slippers. However, there must have been something that went wrong with the technology or design, since then Globe has shifted all of their designs.

Even though Globe Fusions may not have the exact kind of crazy gimmick with memory foam, they do on-the-other-hand possess copious amounts of padding. These skateboarding shoes come with the tongue as a whole piece, around the ankle there is thick padding which is super comfortable and also holds the shoes on your feet with a ton of support. The tongue that is thickly padded does separate along the dies, which allows your foot to breathe very easy through the super tough and thick leather side panels. The Globe Fusions toe is also made so that it thins out along the top which also allows your foot to have the ability to breath.
All-in-all, Globe Fusion skateboarding shoes scream comfort. So even though they may not actually mold to your sensitive feet like the old CT IV’s, they are able to do the absolute best next thing.

Presently, there is a lot more technology built into these skateboarding shoes than what you realize. The toe cap on the shoe is triple stitched and triple reinforced, extending completely around so that your Ollie panels are reinforced, eyelets that have extra lacing which you may choose not to use, in order to protect your shoe laces a little more. Unfortunately, the laces are flimsy just like with all skate shoes and you are going to tear them up a little quickly.

In turn, the eyelets of race are threaded through the double stitched and double reinforced leather panels, and the top eyelet of lace is reinforced a little extra. The panels on the sides are very strong and they are stitched all over in order to keep the panels from blowing out or ripping. The heel cup on these skateboarding shoes is strong like a rock with several layers of reinforcement. The sole is grippy and nice, and uses two totally different thread patterns. This particular style is meant to help you out a little with your skateboarding, by possessing different thread patterns right where you need them the most.

View Comments (5)



    October 13, 2012 at 4:06 am

    nice shoes..
    i just want to ask if where do i can see the price of this shoes?

  2. arman

    December 23, 2013 at 1:15 am

    hi,i am from iran,18 years old,i wanted to say that this shoe model is really beautiful

  3. richard fiore

    February 24, 2016 at 8:32 am

    where can I find these in NYC?

  4. james

    March 20, 2016 at 5:59 am

    I just bought a pair of these from Amazon for around 65 USD after shipping they were 71 git to my house in 3 days

    • james

      March 20, 2016 at 6:01 am

      And by the way these things are super comfortable. I didn’t buy them for skating though. I bought them for mountain biking and they grip my pedals like a chameleons tongue to a fly.

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