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The HUF Hupper 2 Lo’s foxing tape is raised higher compared to most vulc shoes. That feature gives the shoe more depth, making way for a more stable and protected ride. It’s designed to reduce ankle rolls.
Its low-top design allows the ankles to retain their full range of mobility, while a traditional lace-up closure, with seven reinforced eyelets, locks the feet down with custom fitting.
At first glance, the Hupper 2 Lo looks like a basic skate shoe on feet. However, upon a closer look, one sees that it has an unusual silhouette, due to its extended foxing tape, which gives it a slightly elevated look. It’s an excellent contrast to its slim, polished profile.
That said, this simple-looking sneaker seamlessly goes well with casual, staple clothing for both sexes, such as denims, jeans, chinos, shorts, and the like. Furthermore, the Hupper 2 Lo comes in a variety of colorways to match any style—hibiscus, black velvet, navy moonlight, aluminum, port, and more.
Despite its clean, minimal look, the Hupper 2 Lo boasts of almost obsessive attention to detail, from the ground up, inside and out. For example, the Perfshock EVA insole features perforations that trap pockets of air in varying densities. This provides excellent rebound and impact protection. Also, its padding goes thinner at the heel and toe ends for board feel and goes thicker at the midfoot area for cushioning.
Digging deep into their roots for inspiration, HUF has created a simple, classic-looking skate shoe equipped with fresh technologies. The Hupper 2 Lo was derived from one of HUF’s earliest flagship models, the Hupper Numero Uno, which was a high-top sneaker. While most of HUF's model focused on board feel, the Hupper 2 Lo was among the few that focused more on cushioning.
- The Perfshock insole is removable to accommodate orthotics.
- Depending on the colorway, the Hupper 2 Lo can have a mix of canvas, suede, and leather or full versions.