Black/Olive4.1875 / 5
The new etnies RCT shoe is a team-inspired style and one of the most comfortable in the etnies footwear collection, which is saying a lot, because the entire collection is made up of comfortable shoes! The upper part of the RCT is built around a narrow model, creating a specially shaped toe to increase board flick and enhance the slipper-like fit. The midsole features a cage-like design built for additional support, with a molded DTTF (dropped-to-the-floor) Pro 1 footbed for comfort. etnies team approved!
Collections & Tech Features
Details & Features
- Overall narrow design
- Thin padded tongue and collar
- STI Foam Lite 1 footbed
- 400 NBS gum rubber outsole
Item code: 4101000379/592
Reviews for RCT
Awesome shoes! Reeeeeally comfortable and super stylish. But you have to be careful and take care of it ;)
got these shoes for my 13 year old son for school and he loves them!
The shoe is very nice, it has a nice design and i'll be back :) .
The black/olive colors are sikk, with the yellow!!!! True orgional etnies colors!!!!!! And I do like turtles
Great shoe! But the white colour is getting pink on the shoe :(
These are good shoes. Im not going to say they are the best because they are not. In the other hand, they are quite comfy, and doesn't hurt when you land your tricks.. I think the only problem is the durability, compared with price. Im not very happy about this relation of price-quality. In general, i think you should buy these shoes if you are looking for some quality shoes, confortable and with style. GGood for skating :p SKATE OR DIE
Overall, this shoe is a pretty good shoe for skating. I got these for 30.00 at Sole Technology Headquarters. But they gotta work on the insole because if you are gonna gap some stairs or huge gaps, you are gonna get heel bruises and the impact is going to hurt. I like the style, these are some nice kicks for skating.
The description of this shoe is completely wrong this season.
For starters the insole is simply a thin ortholite foam the sole tech did not exclusively make them selves and is most certainly not the polyurethane based DTTF insoles that I have praised before.
Secondly this season the midsole has been removed, which if the DTTF insoles had been keep in would have been an improvement but in their absence simply leaves a 1/5 inch thick ortholite foam insole and the textile floor of the shoe between your foot and the rubber out sole.
Perhaps the pair I bought was made in a factory that didn't get a memo on time.
Very good A++