C1RCA P-RAM VULC
Nice shoe design. I like how simple these circa shoes look. Apprearing in white and brown, the materials are suede and tumble action. Since the words tumble action make no sense to me whatsoever, I’m going to assume it is lingo for fake leather. None-the-less, these shoes have a classic skate shoe look.
My only small concern centers around the white, semi-thick rubber sole around the shoe. If this sole was brown, then we’d be in business. They still look good though. No color choices here though, just brown on brown on white.
Buy them if you need a new pair of shoes.
FROM THE TOP 8/10
This isn’t a fair fight. I picked these monstrosities out of the line up with the sole intention of drawing everyone’s attention to how nasty these circa shoes are. I remember being very jealous that I didn’t have a pair of these shoes in 1991, only then they were called Reebok Pumps and they had a basketball on the tongue that when pushed, inflated the sides of your shoe with air.
Adrian Lopez designed these shoes, to that I say, really, Adrian Lopez? Someone in the design department has it out for you. I bet Adrian Lopez ate the designer’s left over pizza out of the staff fridge, and to get even, the designer made the most terrible looking shoes he could dream up and submitted these shoes under Adrian Lopez’s name.
The thing is, they are basketball shoes, which are ok, but they are not even nice basketball shoes. The toe slightly resembles a work boot. Let this be a work of warning to the skate shoe manufacturers, I hate skate shoes that look like they were made for another purpose. Specifically, I hate the c1rca trece.
STYLE 2/10 – 1’s and 0’s are reserved for if I ever review a croc sandal.
FROM THE TOP 2/10