Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Etnies Jameson Vulc LS is a comfortable sneaker, according to many reviewers. 
  • Several users say that it is among the men’s skate shoes from Etnies that offer a perfect fit. 
  • This kick from the Jameson collection is an excellent alternative for Vans skate shoes.
  • Some have testified that this sneaker has good quality.
  • It is lightweight, as per a few.
  • The low-top Jameson Vulc LS, from Etnies' sneakers line-up, has a nice-looking and eye-appealing design that is admired by some of the purchasers.
  • A couple of wearers share that this kick is perfect for casual and office attire. 

2 reasons not to buy

  • A buyer has complained that the shoe color fades pretty fast.
  • The Etnies Jameson Vulc LS fits stiff at first and needs some break-in period, as per a couple of users.

Bottom line

Like the Vans Era to Authentic, the Etnies Jameson Vulc LS has a more straightforward design of the Jameson Vulc. Both maintain the beauty of simplicity, but the Jameson Vulc LS has a minimal ankle collar and a low toe box that keeps the vamp closer to the foot. 

In addition to its subtle style, the Jameson Vulc LS also offers comfort with its egg crate-construction midsole. It also delivers excellent board feel with its vulcanized outsole. 

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Good to know

The Etnies Jameson Vulc LS is available in men’s and women’s sizing. It has a deconstructed upper made of soft and durable textile material that allows sufficient air circulation to keep the foot fresh. With a low-profile silhouette, ankle movement is possible without any restriction. It has a lacing system for a flexible fit.

Equipped with the Foam Lite 1 insole, comfort and breathability are ensured. Also, it has a flexible on top of a vulcanized outsole that delivers flexibility and traction. 

Whether for skateboarding or streetwear style, the Etnies Jameson Vulc LS can fit the bill. A shoe that can function multiple purposes, this lace-up sneaker has a clean one-piece design that radiates simplicity yet eye-appealing. 

This kick is among the men’s skate shoes that can work well with distressed denim jeans, shorts, joggers, or track pants. Since it is a unisex sneaker, it can also complement miniskirts, culottes, or sundresses for a casual outfit with a feminine vibe. 

Look great as you skate efficiently and comfortably with the Etnies Jameson Vulc LS. It has a deconstructed upper that is solely eye-catching.

Apart from its eye-appealing trait, it is equipped with the Foam Lite 1 insole that ensures cushioning comfort and breathable wear. Also, it has an outsole with the GEO-Hex pattern that delivers a sure-footed grip. 

If you ever wonder who is the founder of the iconic Etnies brand, then know that he was a former professional skateboarder. Pierre Andre Senizergue founded Etnies in the 1980s. Also, he founded other sports brands like eS and Emerica. 

Before 1989, the brand was supposedly named “Etnics.” However, due to legal matters, it was changed to Etnies. One thing didn’t change, the brand continues to lead and inspire by the action sports. Among the quality, functional, and eye-catching shoes released in the market is the Etnies Jameson Vulc LS. 

The Etnies Jameson Vulc LS took the simplicity of the design of its predecessors but with a twist by having a deconstructed upper. Whether for skateboarding activity, school uniform, work attire, or a movie date, it can fit the bill. Some of the colorways available are black/black, black/white/grey, black/white/silver, rust, sage, tan/white, black/print, teal, white, and grey.  

  • This shoe is also available in a collaborative design called Jameson Vulc LS x Sheep.
  • It weighs approximately 340.194 grams, a single shoe, and not a pair.


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