Rolling part description
Plate brand and model: Sure Grip Rock White 8mm trucks
Plate material: Light nylon
Toe stop brand: Sure Grip Carrera
Toe stop type: Standard
Toe stop color: Black
Cushion brand: Sure Grip
Cushion color: Black
Wheel brand and model: Kryptonics, Krypto Impulse
Wheel type 78A ideal for outdoor skating
Wheel color: 1 green and 3 whites
Wheel dimension: Diameter 62mm X Width 32 mm
Bearing type: Lubricated steel chrome 608 ZZ ABEC 7 red label, hight quality with metal painted flask
White clip out key
Adidas issued its first tennis sneaker in 1963, which was branded as the "Robert Haillet" after the French tennis player two years later. When Haillet retired, the company replaced him with Stan Smith, then the #1 player in the world. In 1971, the shoe became known as the "adidas Stan Smith," yet for much of the 70s the shoe showed Smith's face with "Haillet" written above it identity crisis. It really hit its stride in the 80s, and became a fashion phenomenon. One of the top tennis shoes of all time in sales, influence, style and confort.
|Heel-to-toe length (cm)||Size EUR||Brand Size (US - Men)|
First of all, do not measure your feet in the morning ; feet swell during the day because of heat and activity. For the best adjustment, measure your foot at the end of the day.
To measure your shoe size follow these instructions:
- Place a paper on the floor placing one end against a wall.
- Stand on the paper with the heel against the wall.
- Mark the paper exactly where your toes finish.
- Measure the distance between the end of the paper and the mark you made. Compare your feet size with the size guide.
- What's to be done if your foot is situated between two sizes?
- Because the shoe that you are choosing is a sports shoe , you rather choose the bigger size to feel more comfortable
Jackie Cross, Flaneurz' ambassador, began skating in 1996. She has since trained in figures, dance, precision team, freestyle, and choreography with numerous elite coaches. She became a World Team member for the first time at the age of 13 when she qualified to compete in Italy in the Sr. Precision Team event.
In 2009 she qualified to compete in the World Championships yet again, but this time as a solo skater in Jr. World Class freestyle. That year the championships were held in Germany. She placed 17th in the world. The next year she competed in Portugal in Sr. World Class freestyle. More recently, she lived in Paris, France for 10 months. There, she was able to work as a Skating Performer, Hostess, and Promoter. Jackie walks and skates on Stan Smith.
Find out more about Jackie here.