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Title: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: thefriendlypirate on September 08, 2018, 03:51:16 AM
I have been looking for some really comfortable shoes recently but Im not into "running" shoes at all and would rather stay with skateshoes but only one which I found really comfortable was Janoski that I dont wanna wear anymore, are there some really comfy ass skateshoes in which you can walk all day and your feet wont turn into 2 huge blisters?
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: Shuh on September 08, 2018, 04:03:26 AM
I can vouch for reynolds g6 if you can upgrade to a cushy insole i put some generic heel gel under existing insole, i use it for work where i stand almost 8 hours a day
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Post by: GAY on September 09, 2018, 07:28:09 AM
That Adidas sock shoe is comfortable as fuck.
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Post by: DaveFuck on September 09, 2018, 10:52:51 AM
the suciu and reynolds g6 BY FAR
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Post by: alraunen on September 09, 2018, 11:04:58 AM
Lucas Puig ADV Primeknit, not much skateble but they're comfy as fuck with and without socks
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Post by: rob on September 09, 2018, 11:45:07 AM
Most comfy and stylish shoe I ever wore were the busenitz vulc

It had crazy good specific points of padding

It had protruding cushions Around your ankle and Achilles and it fit like a medium, not wide and not narrow so it was snug but tight choking your feet
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: SHIREFLIP on September 09, 2018, 12:13:37 PM
I find the NB 440 really comfy, but you may consider that treading on runner territory.
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Post by: ohyeah on September 09, 2018, 02:21:18 PM
half cabs and it's not even close
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Post by: Diocletian on September 09, 2018, 06:51:58 PM
Iíve been wearing the Reynolds G6 cupsole at work and skating for nearly a month and these are excellent quality and some of the comfiest shoes Iíve had in a long time. Vans really improved their pro insoles and they have a lot of cushion, but the last of the shoe is so slimmed down that they hurt my toes way too much to even have the patience of breaking them in. Iíd say the G6ís and maybe some OG es accelís are the most pillowy and puffy-type comfortable as youíre gonna get this day in age.
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: Huff Gas on September 10, 2018, 10:51:13 AM
I recently broke my tib/fib skating so i needed a pair of good shoes to crutch around with. I bought the eS SLB 97' remake and they are by far the most comfortable skate shoe to wear and walk around in IMO.
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: SonictheHedgehog on September 10, 2018, 11:36:30 AM
I have been looking for some really comfortable shoes recently but Im not into "running" shoes at all and would rather stay with skateshoes but only one which I found really comfortable was Janoski that I dont wanna wear anymore, are there some really comfy ass skateshoes in which you can walk all day and your feet wont turn into 2 huge blisters?

For just walking? Vans Slip On Pro

Any Vans with Ultracush really. Nike Lunarlon as we
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: Firebert on September 12, 2018, 01:18:39 PM
Reynolds G6
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: Xen on September 12, 2018, 01:34:43 PM
I have been looking for some really comfortable shoes recently but Im not into "running" shoes at all and would rather stay with skateshoes but only one which I found really comfortable was Janoski that I dont wanna wear anymore, are there some really comfy ass skateshoes in which you can walk all day and your feet wont turn into 2 huge blisters?

For just walking? Vans Slip On Pro

Any Vans with Ultracush really. Nike Lunarlon as we

Can't deny how comfy the slipon pros are...no idea how they put the magic in the ultracush insole given how thin it really is.
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: MalHuis on September 13, 2018, 04:58:34 AM
Yo

I defs +1 the G6's been wearing them for work and they hella comfy.

I would also recommend the NB#440 and most vans Ultra cush vibes, make sure they fit your foot though, can be tight in the toes.

Peace and love
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: CrumblingInfrastructure on September 13, 2018, 05:04:34 AM
I have been looking for some really comfortable shoes recently but Im not into "running" shoes at all and would rather stay with skateshoes but only one which I found really comfortable was Janoski that I dont wanna wear anymore, are there some really comfy ass skateshoes in which you can walk all day and your feet wont turn into 2 huge blisters?

For just walking? Vans Slip On Pro

Any Vans with Ultracush really. Nike Lunarlon as we

Can't deny how comfy the slipon pros are...no idea how they put the magic in the ultracush insole given how thin it really is.

I wear them to work currently and when my coworkers ask me about them I just tell them that theyíre my welding slippers. If nothing else buy a pair and if you dont dig the slip ons keep the ultracush soles for a different pair of walk around/ chiller shoes.
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: johnes on September 13, 2018, 07:43:48 AM
New balance 420 is very comfy but it has the runner look. Reynolds g6 is also comfy, but if you want to skate it too, my initial feelings are that thereís going to be very little board feel.
Accels are comfy, but you need a better insole in it.
I have the Dr. schoul insoles where you have to stand on the machine and it calculates your foot type and says which insert is best for you.
They are the absolute best insoles in my opinion and they fit perfectly over all shoes existing insole.
They also last longer than any skate shoe or after market insole Iíve ever tried. I used to love footprint game changers that you mold to ur feet but the custom machine dr shools insoles are the best for me for comfort and support.
Title: Re: Most comfy skateshoe
Post by: Firebert on September 13, 2018, 09:29:13 AM
Reynolds g6 is also comfy, but if you want to skate it too, my initial feelings are that thereís going to be very little board feel.
That was my initial thought too, but after a few months with them, I don't want to go back to anything else.