Super comfy, excellent grip, haven't yet skated em but they're in the rotation.
The Veer was built with an outsole created out of Michelin Performance rubber and an EVA Midsole for both durability and grip. The Slim, streamlined silhouette blended with the thinly padded tongue and collar lining, create a perfectly snug and secure fit. Comfortable, flexible, and durable, the Veer has something to offer any type of skater.
- Outsole made with a Michelin performance rubber compound
- Multi-directional tread with a forefoot flex notch for flexibility
- Foam Lite 1 insole
- EVA midsole
- Slim, streamline silhouette
- Thinly padded tongue and collar lining
- Mesh tongue and perforated quarter panel for breathability
Veer: Black/Camo I'm size 11 in the Jameson Vulc MT, RVM's, Marana Vulcs, but 11.5 in Joslin and the Marana. These shoes fit a little small in the toe box in your normal size, so I suggest going up 0.5 a size. I am used to the Michelin sole on the Marana and the Joslin, so I was eager to try this new formula and see how they compare. I love the upper's construction, with the mult-paneled layering, since this helps keep the shoe more rigid, not bag out super quick, and be durable. I'm hoping that holds true when I actually skate them. These feel like a slightly slimmer Marana, but with a stitched toe panel instead of a TPR toe cap. I haven't skated these yet, but they feel great just walking in them. The toe box fit is a medium width: not too narrow and not too wide (in your correct size), the heel/ankle feels substantially cushioned, but less than the Joslin and the Marana. Somewhat similar to the eS models: Accel Slim or Swift 1.5. My only gripe with the Veer is that they don't come with the Pro Foam 1 insole, so I had to pull out the stitched insole and swap with a different insole of choice to increase the comfort/support to my preference. Overall, I think it's a great, mid-puff silhouette that is supportive and comfortable, while also a great canvas for experimental colorway and material combos in the future.
Ok, the Michelin thing...was kind of skeptical at first...but, why not!! 10 people have asked me about what 'Etnies' is, sent them to your sight. Guys, do you still make denim anymore, I'm sure you do. Get to the point- a sweet grippy sole. Perfect for my board. I will definitely purchase again!! Wish I could have bought a pro shoe!! Support your pro team/riders!! I bet that is a hell of a video!!
Just overall a good shoe. Durability is good, Impact protection is good for what im doing, Flick is on point. should last me another 2 months or so. Ive skated them for about a month and a half.
So I was needing a new pair of shoes and I thought, I should get these Etnies Veer shoes in grey. So after I did that I waited a day or two for them to come. They came as expected. Now I’m trying them on and thinking, man, these are my new shoes...this is who I am now. And so from then until now, those became my shoes. I now wear them. Some day they will not be my shoes any longer, but all good things (especially shoes) must one day come to an end. I’m proud I have them tbh.
Literally my favorite shoe right now. This and the marana are my favorite shoes and I can't even skate any other shoes the way I skate etnies!
The shoes are pretty good. The only complaint I have about them is the width. It was a little too wide for me, but nothing too bad. Still a great shoe.
Comfy. It only took me half a day to break them in.
Its a great shoe. Ive been skating them for a month now and I'm just starting to wear through the first layer of suede. Impact support is great for it being a slimmer shoe. The simple design hides the technology within.
Very comfortable, quality made and true to size. Great customer service with fast shipping.
Super comfy, breathable, seems like they will hold up well too. Though I've only had them for about a month now, so I can't say for sure.