The Authentic Shoes from Vans
Vans' storied history, and our connection with skate and surf culture, began in 1966 Southern California with the rolling out of a single pair of shoes. They were named Authentic. In the generations since, they have only gotten more popular amongst hardcore skaters and skate enthusiasts. Their design is simple, stylish, and effective: a low top lace-up profile made with sturdy canvas uppers, and signature waffle rubber soles.
The Zoom Ites Boots from Nike Snowboarding
TPU backstay for protection and high rebound FLex.
Articulating Flywire CuFF for increased heel hold while decreasing bulk around ankle.
Webbing lace syste m with mini mized neoprene eyestay for easy tightening with NikeSnowboarding lace lock at fourth loop for zonal tightening
Adjustable Flex system, providing 3 levels of customized stiffness
Outlast temper ature controlled liner and foot bed.
Free Technology – Increased Board Feel .
3-D molded Upper for enhanced support.
The Prion FT Boots from ThirtyTwo
Voted the most comfortable boot but with the Fast Track Lacing System.
Level 1F Footbed
Level 2 Liner
3D Molded Tongue
Fast Track Lacing System
Rubber outsole with EVA cushioning
SS20 was opened in December 1988 on the Cowley Road in Oxford. Our aim was, and always will be, to provide the best possible equipment and advice in order to support the UK's skate and snowboard scenes. We have been the original skate sponsors for Tom Penny, Danny Wainwright, Alex Moul and Tom Watts... read more ›