In the wake of the Emerica MADE: Chapter One teasers, we were reminded to finally upload some of our favorite photos we captured from our trip to Agenda. There, we were surprised to find a slew of new pro models that’ll be debuting shortly. As many have been anticipating, the workhorse that is Colin Provost is taking the Reynolds Cruiser, making some major changes to it and is revamping it to meet his needs. His debut pro shoe is being based on one of Emerica’s most popular models and has been improved beyond your expectations. With their new primo protected triangular outsole, the G6 inspired “Cold Air Intake” system and a clean toe, Emerica brings you the Provost. The favored one piece toe and low top design on the Provost will surely capture everyone’s needs without a doubt. If you’ve tried the Reynolds Cruisers, you’ll more than likely have some familiar feelings when trying the Provost. The main different is that the Provost will outlast the Cruiser by a long shot. It’s stronger, reinforced in all the areas that took a beating in the Cruisers and has an outsole that’ll protect and last for such a thin vulcanized shoe.
Since our review of the G6, the shoe has magnified into something even bigger than we expected. After hearing mixed reviews from everyone who’s tried it, it’s been incredible to see more and more people rolling up to sessions in them, even those who were apprehensive. As much as the G-Code will be missed, the G6’s comfort levels and durability are more than enough reason to embrace one of our favorite shoes. The colorway offerings for Fall ’13 are looking superb and yes, we’re loving the blue icy sole on it too.
It’s back and out of the vault so to speak. The shoe that Emericans have been asking for for ages is finally seeing some shelf life again. The Heritic has been remastered, re-engineered and re-release for everyone that’s been begging to see it come back. With the current success of reissues, it’s no wonder that Emerica decided to bring the Heritic out of retirement. The Heritic looks as though it’ll last just as good as the original, expect this time, it’s a little more pleasing to the eye. Expect a review on these asap. We’re really curious to see if the Heritic can last as long as the Etnies Marana. They’re sharing the same technology all while approaching the shoes construction from different angles.