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New Balance Numeric Numeric Tiago Lemos 808 White Shoe

New Balance Numeric Numeric Tiago Lemos 808 White Shoe

Regular price $110.00 USD
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DETAILS

The NB Numeric Tiago Lemos 808 is Lemos' second pro model, designed for impact protection and durability. This skate shoe features suede overlays to reinforce high-wear areas of the upper, plus lace ghillies to help prevent torn laces. Underfoot, a full-length ABZORB midsole absorbs impact to deliver all-day comfort.

  • ABZORB midsole absorbs impact through a combination of cushioning and compression resistance
  • Suede/mesh upper
  • Suede overlays in high-wear areas for durability
  • Lace ghillies to help prevent torn laces
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BRAND

 

New Balance Numeric

New Balance Numeric skate shoes hit the streets in 2013. Since then, they have developed a solid skateboarding team and shoes with riders like Jamie Foy 306 shoe, Tiago Lemos 1010 shoe, Brandon Westgate 508 shoe.

SHIPPING & RETURNS

OUR ORDER PROCESSING TIME
- Handling time 1-3   business days (Mon-Fri)
- Transit Time 3-5   business days  (Mon-Fri)

RETURN POLICY
- Within 28 days of purchase

SIZING CHART

Size Chart

This shoe is unisex, but sold in men's sizes. For women's sizes, refer to the table below and purchase the equivalent men's size.

Shoe Size Chart

1. Tape the paper on the floor with one end against a wall. It’s important that it doesn’t slip so that you’re able to get the proper measurement.

2. Plant one foot on the paper with your heel against the wall.

Foot 1
3. Trace the outline of your foot. It’s easiest to have someone help you with this step. Try not to hold the pencil at an angle, as that can cause an improper measurement.
Foot 2
4. Using your ruler, measure the longest and widest parts of your outline.
Foot 3

5. Repeat with your other foot.

Take down your measurements in both inches and centimeters. Charts may vary in the units used. When comparing your results with a shoe size chart, you’ll want to use the measurement of your larger foot.

Keep in mind that if you’re purchasing a shoe for a child, it may be helpful to buy a larger size to allow them room to grow.

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