Why We Like The Vans Sk8-HI MTE-2 Shoe
When warm summer days turn into crisp fall mornings, we trade in our Old Skools for the Vans Sk8-Hi MTE-2 Shoes. With a weather-resistant upper and a heat-retention layer between the plush cushioning and gummy sole, this shoe stops chilly winds from biting our toes no matter how long our commute.
- Stylish skate-inspired winter shoe for cold-weather cruising
- Water-resistant suede upper fends off light precipitation
- Padded collar offers flexible support and comfort
- Reinforced toe cap for increased longevity
- Warm lining helps keep toes snuggled on crisp winter days
- Cushy midsole provides a close-to-board feel
- Vulcanized rubber sole delivers flexible traction
- Item #VANR38B
- Upper Material
- water-resistant suede
- molded UltraCush (polyurethane base)
- vulcanized MTE 2.0 rubber
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 4oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 day
4 based on 2 ratings
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December 3, 2023
Very pleased with this.
- I've used it several times
- 5.8' 7.4"
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January 1, 2022
Good shoe for medium/light duty
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
I've had these shoes for a little over 2 weeks now. I got them because I wanted something more water resistant to wear while biking. I also need support or my back and feet start to hurt because I'm 37 but have the body of a 73-year-old. As far as what I bought them for, they work just fine. Plenty of water resistance in the rain, but they're not waterproof. I spent 5 hours power washing a friend's driveway in 50° weather and by the end of it my feet we're cold and wet for about 2 hours. As far as support goes, the insoles they come with her decent. You could probably put some upgraded ones in and get more time on your feet out of them. The soles offer plenty of grip for what weather. Not so sure about ice yet. My major complaint is fit and finish. I spent $130 something dollars on these shoes and expected them to be a little bit more technical than they are, but mostly I expected them to be of decent quality. See my attached pictures for issues with fit and finish. I'm finished edges, glue spatter, stitches starting to come undone after the first wash, I expect more out of $130 pair of shoes.
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