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converse shoes on sale seems to be the latest brand to step into the ever overflowing skate shoe market. Although Converse has yet to make a huge splash in the skate board market with an official skate shoe, their Converse Weapons and the Converse All Stars were skateboard cult classics in the 80’s and 90’s respectively. For 2008 Converse is ushering in an official skateboarding line that looks to live up to their legendary brand name. The new line up consist of a Pro Leather Low, a Pro Leather Mid, and a Weapon Mid. The styling of the shoes appeal to todays popular retro styles, while the features, comfort, and price point aim to win the hearts of the hard core skate boarder. Each shoe is adorned with premium suede, and a kevlar toe to take a tremendous amount of griptape abuse. The insole of each shoe features a thick memory foam like material and the outer soles are vulcanized so that the rider will have a great feel for their board.
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converse shoes for women is the current man of the hour in the world of collaborative sneakers. With both his Air Fear Of God 1 and Fear Of God Shoot Around set to drop this weekend, he’s now unveiled a third collaborative sneaker: a special Converse Chuck 70, designed by his brand’s Essentials diffusion line. The new Chuck utilizes FOG’s signature cream and black color scheme, with cream appearing on the canvas uppers/rubber midsole, while black graces the leather throat/tongue and also provides striped accents. For a unique design tweak, Fear Of God’s signature extra-long shoestrings can also be wrapped around the back courtesy of a new heel tab — an embellishment that’s not present on standard Chucks. The look is then completed by a standard Chuck logo on the medial collar and special FOG branding on the heel of the left sneaker.
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Powerful purveyor of premium sportswear-inspired goods converse shoes for men is no newcomer to collaboration, having used his recognizable touch to put a heritage-inspired spin on the goods of many different companies via his Just Don brand. Now, the designer is taking on a late ’80s Converse classic: the ultra-high top ERX — a shoe made famous by none other than Magic Johnson — as he’s releasing a premium lifestyle edition of the classic silhouette along with a colorful collection of co-branded apparel. The shoe’s heavily paneled upper is dressed in a white pony hair, complete with a cheetah-print chevron, a gold Converse star, and a colorful “DONS” logo — a clever take on the classic Cons graphic. Don’s high-end retro sportswear aesthetic is evident through the apparel in the collection as well, which features luxurious materials like terry cloth, thick cotton, and premium nylon, and is embellished with chenille patches, embroidered hits, bold prints, and gold zippers.
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Although they’re most known for their roots in basketball and their legendary casual shoes like the converse outlet store a strong skate division as well. Their Converse CONS sub-brand produces rough and rugged skate shoes — and they’re now set to release a collaboration with Hopps Skateboards, a brand known for their clever graphics and high-performance skate decks/wheels. The centerpiece of the two’s collaborative efforts is a Pro Leather mid that boasts special detailing and a clean colorway. The upper is adorned in a black nubuck with a tonal black chevron on the midfoot, while special Hopps detailing appears via a large circle logo on the heel collar and a red lion is embroidered on the lateral heel. White Converse branding appears on the tongue, and the look is then completed with a simple white midsole.

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Musikazblai Euskera, el portal más completo dedicado a la música vasca

Aquí encontrarás todo lo necesario para no perderte en el mundo de la euskal musika: letras de canciones en euskera (lengua vasca), grupos, bandas, artistas, solistas, cantantes y autores vascos, sus discos, traducciones a otros idiomas, acordes para guitarra, algunas canciones MP3, fotos, unos foros de discusión, y una comunidad de gente joven amante de la música vasca. Aunque la base de datos cuenta con varios miles de canciones vascas de todos las épocas y estilos (rock, pop, tradicional, punk, reggae, electrónica, heavy, clásica…), es posible que eches en falta algún grupo musical o canción. Puedes colaborar enviándolas tú mismo a través de las páginas de colaboración. Si te animas a sugerir nuevos grupos, bandas o solistas, recuerda que el único requisito es que algunas de sus canciones sean en lengua vasca. Más

El compromiso de Musikazblai Euskera es con el euskera y la música en euskera. En Internet hay decenas de sitios donde es posible encontrar información sobre los artistas que cantan en castellano o en inglés, pero encontrar una comunidad articulada en torno a la música de Euskal Herria y al euskera era difícil y por eso comenzamos este portal, que abarca sobre todo gente joven amante de la música de su tierra. La mayoría son vascohablantes, si bien un porcentaje significativo de las visitas son de fuera del País Vasco e incluso de fuera de Europa: vascos y vascas emigrados y otras personas interesadas en la lengua y la música del País Vasco. Como una parte de estas personas interesadas en la euskal musika no dominan el idioma existen también traducciones de muchas canciones al castellano, realizadas por los propios usuarios. Si nos visitas desde fuera y no conoces Euskadi, (también llamado País Vasco, Pays Basque, Euskal Herria o Euskalherria), se trata del pueblo vasco, situado a ambos lados de la frontera entre España y Francia en la parte occidental de los Pirineos, y cuyas principales ciudades son Bilbao, Vitoria (Gasteiz), San Sebastián (Donosti), Barakaldo, Getxo, Irún, Portugalete, Santurtzi, Basauri y Rentería. En Navarra, donde también se habla euskera, son Iruña (Pamplona), Tudela, Barañáin, Burlada (Burlata), Estella (Lizarra), Zizur, Tafalla y Atarrabia (Villaba).