Size and fit

The Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel conveys the standard fit of an Etnies shoe. Its traditional lace-up front offers a custom fit that allows the wearer to adjust the shoe and locket their foot down in a comfortable fit. The low-top sneaker is available in medium width and is offered in men’s sizing that goes from size 5 US to size 15 US. For women, reducing 1.5 from the men’s sizing is applicable when grabbing a pair of the Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel.

Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel Style

A classic skate shoe from Etnies that also offers a stylish approach on its image that displays a rather fashion-forward footwear. The Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel delivers an edgy appeal that fits perfectly in the streets.

Despite being designed as a skate shoe, the low-top sneaker also functions well as a casual sneaker. Wearers can rock the Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel in different events with a variety of outfit choices. Pair with regular cut jeans, cuffed fitted jeans, joggers, or jogger jeans along with an appropriate top, the low-top shoe keeps one’s look stylish.

Notable Features

The vast, large tongue of the Etnies Metal Mulsiha Swivel displays a stylishly attractive appearance that adds impact on the shoe’s image. The Metal Mulsiha artwork and the die-cut quarter arrow logo that is presented on the shoe also give it an identity of its own. Finished off with the 300 NBS rubber outsole that provides durability, the Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel exhibits a stylishly designed silhouette.

Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel History

Etnies was birthed in the year 1986 and was initially owned by the Sole Technology, Inc. In the year 1989, the former skateboarder in the name of Pierre André Sénizergues bought out the shoe company after his retirement from his career. It then led to Etnies being the first shoe company that is owned by a professional skateboarder.

Various high-performance Etnies skate shoes are offered by the brand aiming to meet the needs of skaters for a skate shoe in both performance and style. The brand also made an expansion and now offers apparel and accessories. It has also collaborated with other different brands and introduces new designs.

The Metal Mulisha is a clothing brand that is co-founded by Brian Deegan and Larry Linkogle in 1997. The brand is known for its motocross-related designs that are passed by its owners’ love for the motocross sport.

Etnies and Metal Mulisha teamed up as a celebration for the clothing brand’s success. The collaboration between the two brands gave birth to a new look for Etnies’ classic Swivel model that exhibits the touch of Metal Mulisha. The Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel is a part of this collaborative release, and it conveys the designs of Metal Mulisha and available in multiple colorways.

Additional Info

  • The Etnies Metal Mulisha Swivel may be purchased at a discounted price in some retailers.
  • The sneaker may be sold-out in the brand’s main site and available in limited sizes in other retailers.
  • The shoe features the midsole egg-crate construction that conveys a good fit.
  • A single size 12 in medium width of the low-top shoe weighs approximately 1 lb and 1 oz.
  • The weight of the shoe may vary according to its size.
  • The shoe features the Foam Lite 1 insole that provides excellent comfort.
  • The upper of the shoe is covered in leather and synthetic materials.

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collaboration: Metal Mulisha
Collection: Etnies Metal Mulisha
Colorways: Black / Blue / Grey
SKUs: 4107000523030 / 4107000523407 / 4107000523547

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.