Straye Footwear and skateboarding legend Chad Muska pay homage to the culture’s golden era with the limited edition Ventura ‘Like 1999’ slip-on.
Taking you back to a time when chunky, tech-packed skate shoes reigned supreme, the Ventura ‘Like 1999’ delivers that fuzzy nostalgia, without the lack of boardfeel and unnecessary bulk. Constructed with vegan-friendly canvas, the upper features a gnarly photorealistic print of Muska’s OG shoe.
‘I was the 1st to drop a $100-plus skate shoe in 1999 that launched a whole era of puffy tech skate shoes,’ says Muska. ‘Now we’re bringin’ it back with a twist that’s never been done before, in an affordable slimmed-down version that doesn’t sacrifice comfort or style.’
The classic low-top design is complemented with higher foxing for better skate wear and tear. Like other Straye releases, you can expect next-level cushiness thanks to Comfy AF AcidDrop Bounceology removable insoles.
Straye Footwear is an all-skater-owned venture between Muska, former Supra founder Angel Cabada, and fellow skate icon Jamie Thomas. Looking to change the game, the brand’s core values are quality, comfort, style, and fun — without breakin’ the bank.
For more info on the Straye x Chad Muska Ventura ‘Like 1999’, be sure to hit up Straye Footwear’s official website.