"I wanted two things most out of my shoe, two things that don’t normally work well together. That was immediate break-in and longevity, because I like to skate my shoes for a long time. The front especially had to be thin and close to the foot to give you better connection to your foot and better connection to the board. You need your shoe to feel worn in but still maintain the right flick and just feel right on your board. No one wants a stiff, bulky, thick, puffy shoe anymore"
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