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The latest skate shoes

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Nike 6.0 Air Zoom Cush, £

50

You get a lot of bang for your buck with the bulky Air Zoom Cush. As well as looking like a limited edition trainer, it has an impact-dampening heel unit and V-orientated flex grooves to make the shoe more responsive. Thinner-footed men need look no further for a snug-fitting trainer.

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Vans Rowley XLT Elite, £

59.99

This is the signature shoe of nails Liverpudlian pro skateboarder Geoff Rowley. And due to its considerable girth, protective cushioning system and durable upper, this beefy trainer is perfect for wider-footed extreme-sports enthusiasts.

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DVS Munition CT Mid, £

54.99

This princely purple boot is better suited to wide-footed blokes. Its vulcanised sole gives it a responsive plimsol-like feel, but the shoe still has enough padding and support to protect your feet whether you’re riding a board or are laying down a few foot-stomping dance moves during a night on the tiles.

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Etnies Sal 23 In4mation, £

59.99

The slim Sal 23 offers excellent responsiveness and flexibility thanks to a thin sole and tongue. Its shockingly red colourway makes it a great trainer for skinny-footed blokes who want to get noticed while bombing around town on their longboard or fixed-gear bike.
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