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- Make a splash as the biggest fish at the skate park in the Barracuda from Globe®!
- Combination Action nubuck leather and synthetic uppers.
- Upper eyelet strap helps keep the foot locked down.
- One-piece toe cap.
- Mudguard wrap.
- Molded TPU heel cup.
- Plush collar for added comfort.
- Soft fabric lining for a great in-shoe feel.
- Signal dual-component cupsole featuring Kinetic EVA for added comfort and shock absorption.
- Ultralight CMEVA midsole.
- S-Trac tread pattern provides maximum energy transfer and shock absorption, as well as unmatched grip and flexibility.
- Weight: 1 lb 3 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 11, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Peter and Stephen Hill founded Hardcore in 1984 and rapidly expanded it to become one of the world’s largest skateboard distribution companies. At the time, the Hills were professional skateboarders who were dissatisfied with the quality of skate and snow products available in Australia, so they went into business to import the best from the USA.
Through constant film productions, promotions, tours, contests, video and magazine advertising, Hardcore became the driving force behind the skateboarding explosion during the mid 80’s in Australia.
In 1994, along with brother and current GLOBE CEO Matt Hill the GLOBE brand was created. After 10 years of design, production and distribution with Hardcore it was time to create a global brand. First with shoes for skaters and surfers, and then with apparel and hardgoods for the broader boardsports market.
Fast forward to today and the same crew of skaters, surfers and snowboarders that started the business back in the 80’s has grown to a global network of counter culture artisans that are united by board sports, street fashion, media, design, and film.