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205 Vulc Sapatilhas de Skate

C1rca 205 Vulc Sapatilhas de Skate

€ 93,95
incluindo IVA excl. custos de envio
Côr: black/gum
Tempo de entrega somente 3 a 5 dias úteis
Serviço de apoio ao cliente: +43 3687 2422 333
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High-quality skate shoes with hook-and-loop closure and incredible grip

The C1rca 205 Vulc skate shoes are made from super high-quality materials and offer you a triple stitching on the perforated toe box. A stylistic highlight is the adjustable and removable hook-and-loop closure above the laces. This protects your ankles and allows you to adjust the fit to your needs. The vulcanised construction ensures flexibility, while the outsole features exclusive FusionGrip™ technology to give you maximum grip and board feel.


  • Artigo núm.: 712864
  • Género:
    • Homem
    • Mulheres
  • Especificações de Material: rubber
    Especificações de material de acordo com o fabricante, sujeito a alterações.
  • Características de calçado:
    • Low tops
    • Construção vulcanizada
    • Lingueta acolchoada para maior conforto
    • Calcanhar acolchoado para melhor suporte do calcanhar
  • Skate shoes for men from C1rca
  • Lightly perforated toe box with triple stitching
  • Tongue with elastic inserts for optimal fit
  • Removable and adjustable hook and loop closure
  • FusionGrip™ technology for maximum grip
  • Removable EVA insole 









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Sobre a C1rca

Skate legends Chad Muska and Jamie Thomas founded C1RCA in the late 90s in hip San Clemente, CA. They equip superstars like Adrian Lopez with their functional and robust skate shoes. Innovations such as a hidden pocket for little things you don't want the police to find, lets C1RCA stand out from the mass. Besides their shoes, C1RCA released skate videos that couldn't be more legendary. In 2006, they landed a coup of a special kind with "It's Time", which elevated them to the Olympus of skating.