Nathan Williams Summer 2020 Jameson Vulc Colorway

After things were pretty quiet with Etnies for a while, it looks like they have been making moves again for their BMX side of things, which has been awesome. They’ve added a few new dudes to the Pro team like Felix Prangenberg, and it looks like they have some fresh shoe colorways cooking. Here’s a look at the new Nathan Williams signature Jameson Vulc Colorway! As some of you know, Nathan has been a fan of the Jameson Vulc for quite a while and has had a few other colorways in this model. This time around he’s gone with a Black, Grey with some Royal and Red accents, and a rad logo for the insole.

The Nathan Williams Jameson Vulc is available for $59.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Etnies worldwide, or in the Etnies Webstore now in sizes 6 – 13! Check out more details and photos below!

Etnies Nathan Williams Jameson Vulc BMX shoe

Etnies Nathan Williams Jameson Vulc BMX shoe

The etnies Jameson Vulc is the vulcanized version of our best-selling shoe, the Jameson 2. It retains footwear design simplicity while maintaining premium performance. Your minimal, stripped down performance skate shoe. The Jameson Vulc uses a new last that has a lower toe box, keeping the vamp closer to your foot, which in turn keeps you closer to the board for a better flick and board feel. We have incorporated the tread pattern from the RCT- a team favorite by far. Inside the midsole is an egg crate construction to add some extra cushion and comfort to a vulcanized shoe with a STI Foam Lite 1 insole.” – Etnies

What do you think about the new colorway? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments down below!

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