Size and fit

The Supra Vaider LC is a men’s silhouette that some women users find attractive too. Sizes are based on men’s measurements which range from 7 to 13. Women can avail themselves of these kicks by going down a size and a half from their regular measurement. The fit runs true to size.

Supra Vaider LC Style

Wear these low-top kicks with a subtle casual flair by pairing the Supra Vaider LC with a button-up long-sleeved shirt folded at the elbows and skinny jeans. However, if you want to go ultra-relaxed, wear these shoes with cargo pants and a solid-colored shirt.

Notable Features

The Supra Vaider LC is notable for its comfortable cupsole construction. The cupsole build provides more support and protection for the ankles and feet than vulcanized soles. It also gives these shoes long-wearing durability that other footwear can’t match.  Rubber sidewalls provide further protection while enabling you to do more types of tricks on your board.

Supra Vaider LC History

Supra is a popular shoe brand established in 2006 by Angel Cabada. The main focus of the brand is skatewear, but they have branched out in later years to include trainers and lifestyle sneakers as well.

The Supra Vaider LC takes after the Supra Vaider, which has been part of the Crown brand’s collection longer than most of their models. This time, though, the kicks have been updated with a lightweight cupsole construction instead of the usual vulcanized build. The new soles offer more protection and extended durability. The shoes' uppers, meanwhile, are covered in suede and microperf leather for a beautiful finish, and their profile was lowered.

Additional Info

  • The Supra Vaider LC has uppers made of suede and microperforated leather, six-hole lacing system, mesh linings, and rubber outsoles.

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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.