High-Rise ODB LX Bradshaw
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New for Fall 2013, the High Rise is an appropriately named high-top style built on the same outsole as the Aventa. The ODB colorway is part of the Thirtytwo Collection.
etnies and ThirtyTwo collaborated for the first time and created the ThirtyTwo Degrees of etnies Signature Collection that includes signature colors of the new High Rise etnies shoes along with matching apparel and accessories for five of the best snowboarders in the game this winter. The signature etnies High Rise colorways perfectly match the colors Chris Bradshaw, Chris Grenier, Joe Sexton, Scott Stevens and JP Walker selected for their Signature Series ThirtyTwo boots.
“The STI Evolution Foam feels like I'm walkin’ on clouds! These shoes are tough too,
I walked to hell and back in one pair!”
- Chris Bradshaw
Click link for Chris Bradshaw Thirtytwo Snow Boot
Collections & Tech Features
Details & Features
- Gusseted tongue to keep out water.
- Metal hardware.
- Heel pull for easy entry.
- Double-stitched Ollie area.
- Stock fit rubber bottoms.
- Stabilzed rubber heel.
- STI Pro 1 footbed.
- STI Evolution Foam midsole.
- Outsole flex grooves for more board feel.
Item code: 4107000459/020
Reviews for High-Rise ODB LX Bradshaw
Bought in an 11 and they fitted fine, same as Number Mids or Kingpins I wear. I found they took a good couple of days to wear in and loosen up a bit, as the area over the toes is quite flat & stiff to start with. 2 weeks later I'm finding these really comfy, warm, and a good choice for a British winter.
goood!!!! un peu chère
Nice and comfortable shoe. Something to wear on the street but in the office as well.
two days ago i bought a pair of these shoes. they make my feet (thumb) hurt when i walk. and not so warm. before i got, i believe these shoes are very confortable and warm. but now i dont agree these are winter shoes, and confortable to feet. style and color is good. :(
These shoes are great,very warm and hydro repellent...excellent for coldest season and for city life. Yep!