Who should buy the Supra Vaider
Built with premium materials, the high-top Supra Vaider skateboarding shoe blends casual aesthetics with street-centric ergonomics. If you find it appealing, you must be:
- Someone who likes the Thrashers' style, which consists of oversized hoodies and checkered polos.
- A thrifty sneakerhead who prefers to be nimble, particularly while on the board.
- Quite interested in shoes that are devoid of air pockets.
Who should not buy it
If you're somewhat skeptical about the Vaider's longevity, look for a better kick from our best skate sneakers (the Adidas Busenitz seems fantastic). Also, you're better off sporting the low-top Supra Ellington if ventilation is a big deal to you.
Super-pampered feet in the Supra Vaider
Users in droves find the Vaider mighty comfortable, even while striding.
A classic skate shoe
A majority of users adore the timeless look of the Supra Vaider. This, they say, can be partly linked to the high-quality materials used in the shoe.
The Vaider's questionable durability
There are those who find the Supra Vaider somewhat unreliable on the longevity front.
Responsive rides in the Supra Vaider
Quite a number of reviewers speak of the excellent board feel of this shoe.
Locked-in around the collar
This Supra shoe delivers more than enough ankle support, many skateboarders say.
Skaters with sweaty feet beware
This skateboarding Supra pair, according to verified purchasers, has insufficient ventilation.
A glove-like experience
Verified buyers say that the Supra Vaider fits them perfectly.
Skate with great agility
Both sneakerheads and skateboarders praise the flexibility of this shoe.
Recommendable for the budget-conscious
The shoe being available at a wallet-friendly price is what many Supra Vaider owners rave about.
The origin of the Supra Vaider
In 2006, Supra Footwear was launched in California by Angel Cabada in partnership with various professional skateboarders such as Jim Greco, Chad Muska, Erik Ellington, Tom Penny, and Dennis Martin. Fast forward to 2015, an American athletic company called K-Swiss acquired Supra.
Among the first models launched by Supra was the Raider. It was tagged as the first model under the Supra brand and it bridged the gap between athletic skateboarding shoes and casual street-style footwear. Sometime after that, Supra launched the vulcanized version of the Raider giving rise to the Vaider.
A favorite among male celebs
Among the famous, here are the celebrities that took a liking to the Supra Vaider:
- Justin Timberlake
- Lil Wayne
- Justin Bieber
- and Jay-Z