2014 is among us and we’re all thinking about how we can make this year better than the last. How about you take the first step in a brand new pair of Huf Shoes? The Huf Footwear spring collection has just hit our shelves and we couldn’t be more pleased. From the quality to the appearance, Huf shoes are spot on across the board. Plus, Huf is one of the last skater owned brands in the industry, so how could you not want to support them? I’d much rather hand my money over to someone on a skateboard versus someone on a yacht, but hey, maybe thats just me. Every model of these is different from the last. At least one of these pairs will be to your liking and will fit with whatever you happen to look for in a skate shoe.
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Lets start off with the Ramondetta Pro. Personally I think these are the next big shoe to hit the skate industry. A low profile vulcanized shoe with a double stitched toe, also including Huf’s new stratus foam insole technology for impact support. Plus they’re Peter Ramondetta’s pro model, so if the shoes are half as good as this man’s skateboarding than you’re in for quite a treat.
Next we have the Choice. Another low profile suede shoe with a very pleasing shape, coming in two different colorways. There’s no stitching on these guys, which will please those against it. A solid skate shoe with added breathable mesh to add comfort and the impact support to make them more durable.
The Sutters are something to keep your eye on. These are your no bullshit skate shoe, they’re simple, thin and ready for shredding. I’ve always been a huge fan of simple skate shoes and these are personally one of my favorites. Coming in canvas print and suede for your fancy. Plus the suede is a lovely pro-lab from Brad Cromer and Krooked, what more could you ask for?
The Galaxy’s are one of the two new models from Huf this season. They have a nice embroidered toe cap and a breathable mesh “H” logo on the sides. They have a different look than all the others and add more strength to this already amazing lineup of shoes.
The Mercer is the second new model from Huf and as I am writing this they are being worn on my very own feet. A clean mid top that are simple and durable. Normally I’m not the biggest fan of mid tops because the top is usually over padded and makes me feel as if I’m wearing tanks. With these shoes that is not the case what so ever. A solid mid top to say the least.
The Noble is for you cupsole fans out there. They are made to be extra durable and come in a pleasing navy/ jade colorway. They’re more of your athletic style shoe but are packed full of skate technology.
Last but defiantly not least is the Pepper Pro. The Joey Pepper signature pro is a low profile vulcanized shoe with added ollie and heel panels to add more durability. They also have a padded ankle support cap and a reinforced toe cap. They come in two different colorways, one of which is a Huf x Expedition One collab. I’d order these quick before its too late!
So as you can see the Huf Footwear Collection is one for the books. The entire lineup has a lot of individuality and offers a shoe for everyone. Be sure to pick yours up at Skate Warehouse when they hit the site.