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If you're new to the world of skate shoes, you probably have a lot of questions. Your questions might be as simple as what types of materials are the best and what to look for as far as fit. You could have more complex questions like what types of use these shoes can hold up to and how to care for them. Here are some answers to these questions about skate shoes from a well-known boardsports brand like Globe.

Styles

Globe shoes are designed for the needs and lifestyle of skaters, surfers, and snowboarders. Different needs call for different types of shoes. Low cut skate shoes are perfect for those needing protection and support on the board, while vulcanized styles like the Mahalo Globe shoes are popular for everyday wear.

Soles

The soles in your Globe shoes are the one reason your feet feel comfortable after a day of wear. Each shoe you pick up has three parts of a sole, the outsole, midsole, and insole. The outsole is durable and provide the traction you need, while the midsole provides shock-absorption and the insole adds cushion. These work together to make your footwear comfortable and functional. 

Seams

Every skater has torn their favorite footwear at the seams. That's why they are such a critical component of the shoes you pick out for skating. Fortunately, skate-specific shoes have reinforced seams in vulnerable areas so they become more resistant to wear and tear from this activity. Of course, they aren't immune to damage and will wear out at the seams with enough time. That said, you want to grab a pair with reinforced seams near the toes and heels to protect your feet. 

Padding

Skating puts stress on your feet and ankles. This brand offers plenty of padding inside the shoe to protect your feet and ankles when you take on harder tricks, like jumping gaps. With styles like the Globe Fusion, Sabre, and Tilt shoes, you can expect padding in the tongue, heel, and side walls to help keep your feet injury free and comfortable. 

Ventilation

Sweaty feet stink. When you do any sport, including skating, your feet can sweat. That's why ventilation ports and breathable materials are key features that you should look for when picking out your shoes. 

Materials

Globe skate shoes come in different materials, which is why you want to see what they are made from by looking at the product description before you buy them. Some footwear options that you might see are suede leather, durable synthetic, canvas, and vegan materials. 

Fit

While skateboarding Globe shoes pack a lot of unique features, how they fit on your feet should be your primary concern. You don't want to worry about having to grow into your shoes. At the same time, you don't want your footwear to feel too tight at first. The fit should feel good from the start so they get more comfortable with time. 

Use

Your Globe skateboard shoes will last a long time. However, you should still consider using them with the following tips to help them last longer:

  • Make sure your laces are always tied. 
  • Tie your shoes after putting them on and untie them to take them off. 
  • Use a waterproofing spray to protect the upper material. 
  • Replace torn shoe laces as soon as they occur.
  • Air out your shoes regularly.

The top skaters wear this brand for a reason. Globe shoes offer many perks that you otherwise wouldn't get from regular sneakers. Make sure to shop this brand at Rogan's Shoes today.