Size and fit
Available in men’s sizing, the low-top Emerica Dissent can be grabbed from sizes 5 to 14 US, in D-medium width. It is a lightweight sneaker that allows flexibility. With a cupsole construction, it is outfitted with the EVA midsole with a full length that paves the way for better cushioning and shock absorption.
The Dissent from Emeria has a lace-up closure system that gives an adjustable fit. Also, it has well-padded tongue and collar for added comfort. Lastly, it has the anchor heel system that offers a dialed-in fit.
Emerica Dissent Style
With a low-cut silhouette, the Emerica Dissent permits the ankle to move as skateboarders perform their skateboarding flips freely. Also, the E-styling is adorning the straightforward upper that gives an added style. This shoe is available in different colorways like Black/ White/ Gold, Khaki, and Black/ Gum.
The Dissent is pretty much versatile to match different casual outfits. Men, as well as ladies who are not that picky, can sport this shoe with their distressed denim jeans, shorts, or sportswear like joggers.
Take your skate to the next level with the Emerica Dissent. If Vans skate sneakers have re-enforced toe caps, the Dissent is built with a Screened On toe cap that makes it lightweight and more durable against repeated wear. Also, it has a full-length midsole that delivers better shock absorption and cushioning.
Emerica Dissent History
1996, Pierre Sénizergues launches the brand Emerica which is a part of the conglomerate, and its parent company is the Sole Technology, Inc. Emerica was short for Etnies America. All Etnies shoes that were sold In the Fall of 1995 are shipped as Emerica shoes in the Spring of 1996. Compared to Etnies, Emerica is recognized as a more uncomplicated, more raw, and straight-ahead footwear brand.
Among the brand’s revolutionary shoes is the the low-top Emerica Dissent. With the Screened On toe cap, it provides more durability as it combats repeated wear. It has a suede upper that offers sufficient foot breathability. Plus, the cushioned footbed, tongue, and collar give support and comfort. Lastly, this lace-up sneaker has a cupsole construction with a grippy tread outsole that keeps your feet steady.
- It has a die-cut EVA insole that offers cushioned comfort.
- A Kevin “Spanky” signature colorway was released for this shoe in March 2018.