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HUF Men's Soto Performance Focus Skate Shoe, White/Black, 6 Regular US
242.37 SAR

HUF Men's Soto Performance Focus Skate Shoe, White/Black, 6 Regular US

by  HUF, Athletic Shoes -  40 ratings

242.37 SAR 

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  • Skate-inspired sneaker featuring large "H" overlays at sides and herringbone-tread sole
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    • Skate-inspired sneaker featuring large "H" overlays at sides and herringbone-tread sole

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  • Three Stars
    By Friendly redwood on 25 January 2018

    already started ripping in the back after about 3 weeks of wear. You get what you pay I suppose

    10 people found this review helpful

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  • Snug but comfortable - fast break in.
    By Jules L. on 22 December 2017

    [TL;DR] Snug fit that takes a week or two to break in, but once done, fits like a glove. Skate performance is top notch, with a strong flick and stout suede, and consistent performance throughout the lifetime. Expect to rip your lower laces often. The 'Infinity Rubber' is aptly named, as it outlasted the upper even in the face of notoriously aggressive fresh Mob grip tape.[]

    - Casual Description -

    The overall shape fits my feet snugly, and never felt constricting. The shoe loosens a little as it "warms up" on your feet while wearing and walking around, so within a few days of running errands, it was well broken in. The shoe fits to size, but is ever so slightly narrow in the forefoot. This area does break in and loosens appropriately within a few days of wearing.

    The heel area of the shoe has a little plastic piece between the canvas and inner liner/padding that keeps my foot locked in place and also keeps the shoe from bagging out at the heel. Tongue and collar is lightly padded, my ankle is firmly cradled and my heel doesn't slip a bit. The insole is pretty minimal but is also removable in case you want to replace it with something better. Feeling around the toe area finds a bit of reinforcement in the flicking area beneath the suede.

    The sole material itself (Infinity Rubber they call it) is very grippy both on the board but also in real world situations. Wet, smooth concrete isn't slippery in these shoes. Neither are wet parking blocks or other smooth painted surfaces.

    - Skate Performance Review -

    I skated these shoes for 1 month and 2 weeks (2/2 - 3/16, R.I.P.) and they really exceeded my expectations.

    First off, the positives. The flick is phenomenal! The toe portion of the sole carries the brunt of the flicking load and takes quite a while to wear down to the suede. Once the griptape hits the suede, the flick stays solid, and the suede itself is exceptionally tough. The suede eventually wears down to thick canvas, then rubber, and finally 2 layers of fabric that make up the inner liner. All of those layers maintain a smooth, consistent flick that steadily but almost imperceptibly declines. Over time I needed more power to flip the board, but didn't notice until I put on a fresh pair of shoes.

    When I first got the shoes, the boardfeel was lacking and the shoes almost felt blocky, especially in the heel. After the soles broke in, though, the boardfeel was actually really nice and the soles were as flexible as I needed. Speaking of the sole, the Infinity Rubber seemed like a gimmick at first, but ended up performing as advertised. Even after the tread had worn flat the sole stayed grippy. I never once found myself slipping off the board in these shoes due to a lack of grip.

    Now, the cons. The ollie and flicking area is a pretty large chunk of suede, but unfortunately for me, the ollie wear pattern extends both into the lower 2 lace loops, and into the H logo. No worries about the H, as it's stitched, and also glued. Even through all the beating it took, the worse it showed is just a little lightening of the color. The laces were another story. The laces in the lower 2 loops vanished quickly with both ollies and flick tricks, and the lowest eyelet even wore down to the suede! Losing those 2 loops did virtually nothing to the structure of the shoe, though. I swapped laces once to a tougher set, and ended up just tying off the broken loops. Pretty standard practice actually.

    The heel area is oddly designed. Right where the shoe hits the board for a heelflip is canvas. I got through the canvas and beneath it - another layer of canvas. Weird. I don't know what to make of that, my heelflips aren't exactly on point and I've been trying to get better at them, so this area of the shoe wasn't extensively damaged. The collar, which was suede, did take some damage from heelflipping, and it peeled a little, but maintained its durability and didn't really become a problem.

    All in all, these are good skate shoes and I'll probably be purchasing them again in the future, despite the flaws. I think the most important thing about this shoe is the consistency of performance throughout its lifetime. While the flick did degrade eventually, the rate was smooth and unnoticeable, rather than a sharp, sudden drop in flick strength. These can definitely have a place in a rotating "stable" of shoes to pick from, and I know I'll be buying another pair in the near future.

    1 person found this review helpful

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  • Best Shoe I've Ever Skated
    By erikostos on 15 March 2017

    I skated these shoes for a good 3 months before they were completely ruined, not because I couldn't afford other shoes, but from day one they were perfect. These shoes have what is called INFINITY rubber. This means a softer rubber for faster break-in time through increased flexibility. Through this formula, they’ve also managed to maintain their outsole’s durability, so don't worry about you getting a hole in this shoe in the first week.

    3 people found this review helpful

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  • Small and narrow
    By Anna on 10 January 2019

    The shoes arrived in a plastic mailing bag with a torn up box with no lid. Shoes fit small and are narrow. They are lighter color than pictured. I won’t buy from this seller again. Glad I didn’t purchase as a gift!!

    1 person found this review helpful

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  • One of my favorite shoes I’ve ever purchased
    By Dr JDR HUffington III Esq. on 13 February 2018

    One of my favorite shoes I’ve ever purchased... I wish I had bought multiple pairs as I cannot find the same color anymore, bought the galaxy shoes but the Soto shoes just look so much cleaner with the white accents... fit great, great price, one of my new favorite shoe companies

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