10 years after it's original release the definitive book on skate shoes is back with a new updated edition with over 200 new pages. It's a beast by anyone's standards, by far the largest, exhaustive and thorough book there's ever been on the shelves in Palomino.
Put together by the Museum of Skateboard History, Jürgen Blümhein, Dirk Vogel and Cap10, Made For Skate start at the very birth of skateboarding and ends right up to the present day, seen through the eyes of what we as skateboarders have chosen to protect our feet with. If someone made shoes to skate in, they're in here. Interviews with skaters and shoe designers alike, it's one of the most impressive books compiled about our culture you could wish for.
634 pages, hardcover, 9 1/4" x 11 3/4".
If you didn't get a copy of this first time around and have even the most passing interest in skateboarding's history then this book is beyond essential.