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- Punctuate every session with the clean and effortless style of the Forte from Fallen™.
- Jamie Thomas signature model.
- A meld of classic chukka styling and traditional skate design.
- Heavy duty canvas and/or suede upper with Fallen logo embroidery at heel.
- Lightly foam-padded collar and tongue for added comfort and support.
- Vulcanized sole construction with die-cut EVA insole.
- Highly abrasion-resistant rubber outsole for enhanced wear and durability.
- Weight: 1 lb
- Product measurements were taken using size 7, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Founded by Jamie Thomas in 2003, Fallen Footwear has quickly become one of the most respected skate brands in the industry. Designed, tested, and destroyed by their team to ensure quality and durability, Fallen footwear is known for creating shoes that have the looks, but are, above all else, completely skateable. And with a team of riders like Jamie Thomas, Chris Cole, Billy Marks, Josh Harmony, Tommy Sandoval, Tony Cervantes, James Hardy, and Brian Hansen, you’d expect nothing else. They’re the movers and shakers that are inspiring the up-and-comers, each leaving their mark on the industry with their bold and innovative style as well as their signature Fallen shoes.
Fallen footwear is designed purely for skateboarding. They're made for the serious skater looking to rise above every time they roll out, and with Fallen skate shoes, you’ll always be ready to throw down and ride at a moment’s notice. From the streets to the parks, from the hot spots to the undiscovered spots, you’ll always rise with the Fallen.
0% Full size too large
0% Half size too Large
86% True to size
7% Half size too small
7% Full size too small
77% Felt true to width
23% Felt narrower than marked
0% Felt wider than marked
7% Excellent arch support
57% Moderate arch support
36% No arch support
Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 16 reviews.
Top Positive Review
3 people found this review helpful.
I bought these for my 14 year old son. He loves them and is especially glad to find them in his size 14. Well made and he says they are comfortable for skate shoes.Read more » « Show less September 16, 2011 by Anonymous
Top Critical Review
2 people found this review helpful.
I do not recommend this shoe. The only thing good about this shoe is that it has vulcanized sole. The grip ripped in a week because it's canvas. The tongue is to thick. It was tighter on feet than I imagined it would be. In my opinion this is the worst Fallen shoe out.Read more » « Show less December 20, 2009 by Anonymous
Hey Fallen fans...the description on Black/White III is inadequate, the fabric is a synthetic modified heavy microfiber with the feel of velvet. This causes the shoe to have no give at all, we are a solid 9 in Fallen, the Black/White III fits like an 8 or smaller. Order up a full size! Great looking shoe, adorably small, too bad we had to return. Prefer canvas or suede versions, we wear only Fallen! Zappos rocks, always!
I'd also recommend: FALLEN
Felt a full size smaller than marked
Felt true to width
Moderate arch support
- Sk8 W - customer
- from North Hollywood
- April 2, 2013
I am 14, I think these are great shoes for skateboarding and walking around in. I like the way they look, the grey color is nice and the blue laces are a nice touch. The suede material is nicer than the canvas you usually see.
- William - customer
- from San Diego
- March 23, 2013
Do not buy this shoe. Bought on August 13, returning August 30. They totally fell apart, and he skated in them about 6 times . The rubber sole came off, and after he had them 5 days, the canvas got a hole. If there was a "0" star rating, that is where I would rate it. They were comfortable, for the 3 weeks they were wearable.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Cedar Rapids
- August 30, 2012
Generally comfy at first, but they aren't the best for walking around the city all the time. The soles come out too easily, and after 2 months I've already worn down the sole and there is a hole in it.
- Dee - customer
- July 8, 2012
I bought these for my 14 year old son. He loves them and is especially glad to find them in his size 14. Well made and he says they are comfortable for skate shoes.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Virginia Beach, Virginia
- September 16, 2011