Emerica Romero Laced Skate Shoe, Dark Grey

(5 customer reviews)


Emerica Romero Laced Skate Shoe, Dark Grey

Designed, tested, and 100 percent skateboarding approved by Emerica pro Leo Romero, this updated version of the Emerica classic laced features a low profile cupsole for increased board feel, Emerica triangle tread pattern with high-density rubber heel drag pod for maximum grip and durability, and a tongue stabilizing wing for a snug fit if you decide to grind up a rail. Boo-yeah

Weight 368.54 kg
Dimensions 32.51 × 22.1 × 12.19 cm
Product dimensions

‎ 32.51 x 22.1 x 12.19 cm; 368.54 Grams

Date First Available

‎ 14 September 2023


‎ B0199TXA3Q

Item Model Number

‎ 6102000089


‎ Men's


‎ Emerica Mens Footwear, Emerica

5 reviews for Emerica Romero Laced Skate Shoe, Dark Grey

  1. Austin

    I’ve bought so many of these
    I have purchased probably 30+ pairs of these in the last 5 years. They are the easiest shoe to break in and just start skating and they last for like 2-3 months which is normal for me and how much i skate. I havent found a shoe that is affordable, easy to break in, and that last as long as these in the last 18 years of skating.I hope they never discontinue these.

  2. Tasha

    The shoe feels fine for the price, a bit stiff though. And the insoles are very thin and stiff, id recommend getting new ones if your going to get these shoes.

  3. Raven B

    As expected
    I do love the shoes. Not so happy about the scuffs on them but I refuse to leave unhappy words over something so small. Please work on checking before sending out.

  4. D

    Decent bargain skate shoes: keep in mind that you get what you pay for
    I’ve read a few scathing reviews of these shoes and feel that they lack a bit of perspective. Right off the bat, it’s important to note that at a regular price of ~$75 CAD, these are on the ‘bargain’ end of the spectrum for brand-name skate shoes, so there’s no sense expecting them to offer premium comfort and construction. I bought a pair of these about 2.5 years ago and have been wearing them semi-regularly within a rotation of about half a dozen pairs of shoes I have for different purposes. I consider these “light-duty” shoes in terms of comfort: no, the insoles don’t offer much cushioning (nor does any other part of the shoes), and I suspect at least part of the reason for this is that they’ve been deliberately designed to provide high “board feel”, i.e. thin soles, which some people prefer for skating. Needless to say, if you want shoes for long walks or standing for extended periods, these will not do. But I actually find them quite decent when you just want very casual, lightweight shoes for short outings or just hanging out outside without being too physically active. For skating, I personally prefer thicker, more cushiony shoes, but again, others may find these to their liking. Otherwise, I’ve been impressed with their durability over the 2+ years I’ve had them, with hardly any visible wear yet beyond a bit of thinning of the bottom of the outsoles, which is normal for any shoes once you’ve walked around in them quite a bit in total. I’d recommend these, as long as you realize what you’re getting and don’t expect them to be something they’re not.

  5. Aaron Ngo

    best low profile shoe so far
    my first pair lasted me about 3 weeks (which is super good for low profile shoes). I couldve easily skated it for another 1-2 weeks but i already bought a second pair after skating my first pair for about 2 weeks and just wanted to skate fresh shoes and the grip in my sole was worn down. For my first pair it took me about 1 week and a half to actually wear down the toe cap so that it shows the kickflip marks and that usually takes me half a week to a week to do that. I skate alot of low profile shoes such as Vans eras, slip ons, Hufs, and these outlast all of them. I skate literally everyday (thanks to California weather) for at least 3 hours and i do alot of flip tricks as well. I would highly recommend these shoes to anybody who is lookin for a low profile shoe with a little more durability than the rest. Also, reading the other reviews, any shoe is going to rip and some people do tricks differently than others so you wont know until you give it a shot but most people i know that had this shoe was not disappointed.

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