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Graduate to higher levels in the Osiris Chino Low Skate Shoe.

Lace up the Osiris Men's Chino Low Skate Shoe and terrorize the rails at your old high school. This low-pro skate kick keeps you in business with a vulcanized sole, perforated side panels, and more steez than the mini-golf team. The Chino Low's soft and resilient upper compliments the Osiris Super Grip rubber sole. Internal elastic tongue restrainers give you enough stability to handle ten-step ollies and running from the cops after summer shenanigans get crazy.

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5 5


nice kicks man. don't tear up quick on your grip, i've been skatin 'em for like 3 straight weeks and they're still gooood! cheap too! yeeeaaah, cheap. get some!

4 5

Price was right

Good shoes for under 30 bones..sole seems a little thin but again, price was right.

5 5

great grip, board feel, and wear

These things are so sick.
once you break them in, which took a day or two, they loosen right up and skate like a dream.
these are very comfy shoes that feel very sturdy..the build quality is definitely there.
they look really great too. I got them in burgandy/gray, and they are a little more maroon in real life than in the image, but they look great just the same.
I've been skating (longboarding) in them for about 3 weeks now, and the soles are holding up MUCH better than my last set, (V*x's).
If these shoes keep skating and wearing well, i will definitely buy from osiris again.
(the gray laces look dank!)

5 5

sticky like F1 tires

These shoes are super-grippy. exceptional board feel, plus many kudos on the osiris style. I'm still not used to the new fit of skate shoes. I think the puffy style shoes of the 90's, although not as sleek, are much more mellow on your dogs. I feel the extra padding keeps your feet secure and less fatigue occurs during extended sessions. This is due in-part to my narrow heels and does not affect my over-all opinion of these steezy kicks.