Best Surf, Skate & Street Tennis Shoes in 2022

Last update: January 2, 2023

PRO-Keds Men's Royal Lo Classic Canvas Sneaker Review:

Contrary to Converse, I discovered that these were true to size in length but possibly a little bigger in breadth than typical "D" range footwear. Simply get your usual size and a Spenco pad for any empty spaces.There is a removable footbed, which I strongly recommend replacing with your own higher-quality insole to add some arch support.Although it is not the ideal walking shoe without adding your own insole and most definitely is not for sports, the appearance is quite fashionable. These go well with a variety of outfits.

Palladium Men's Pallabosse Mid Chukka Boot Review:

Fantastic boots, quick shipping. As fresh leather is a little hard, it needs some breaking in. The colour is perfect, and they are quite comfy to walk in. Given the size of the base, they are quite lightweight. Wonderful walking, working, and fun boots!It should be noted that the price changes frequently, so simply put one in your cart and wait for the best deal.

DC Men's Gaveler Review:

I recently bought these DCs for myself, and I really like them. I typically wear the Court Graffik or Net, and they fit the same as my other DCs. I truly appreciate the additional padding these shoes provide on the collar and tongue. Overall, a terrific price, a great colour, and a really comfortable fit. 10/10 I'd buy once more!

Lakai Men's Owen VLK Skate Shoe Review:

If your shoes fit loosely over your foot like mine did, it will be challenging to skate in them.When I skate with these, I have to wear two pairs of socks, but after that, they work great because they have an inner liner that keeps the shoe from ripping. I've never seen anything like it; once the suede exterior layer rips, the soft rubbery mesh material shows through, and it holds up even better than suede. In the previous two months of skating, I've just recently broken beyond it.You need to be picky in skating shoes, and I wanted something more tightly fitting for board feel. If you're just looking for a slip-on that looks good and are not interested in skating, I would disregard the point about them fitting loosely.Cool shoe, but I wouldn't buy one without first wearing it on.

Body Glove Men's 3T Max Review:

First of all, I'm glad I read the reviews on how to fit them. The "Cinch" style is unquestionably a tighter fit and more difficult to slip on, but true to size. Choosing the "Max" style one size larger was the right choice because it made them fit more comfortably and made them easier to slip on and off. If you have a foot like mine, which has a high instep, a tall arch, and/or a wide base, I would recommend these above the Cinch. You can now adjust the tension of the strap over the top/instep of your foot with this level. But these were wonderful for regular use. I purchased them for our trip to Hawaii in anticipation of all the beaches and short treks, and I wasn't let down. I'm so happy I have them. They were a little strange to swim in because there was some resistance, but I managed to get used to it such that it wasn't an issue.

Body Glove Men's 3t Barefoot Hero Water Shoe Review:

I almost didn't buy these because the reviews claimed that they are really challenging to put on. As a result, I felt obligated to write this review. However, I've owned a pair of Body Glove swimming shoes in the past, so I thought I'd give the three toed model a try. They are quite comfy, and after the first two times, they usually go on the first time every time, so I'm extremely glad I did. In any case, I heartily urge anyone looking for a new pair of swimming shoes to get them.

DC Men's Midway Skate Shoe Review:

For his birthday, my son chose them. They are quite stylish, and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM.