Win JP Walker’s new Waysayer shoe, part of the Etnies Skyline collection

Words: Josh Ruggles

For a rider as influential as JP Walker, it’s common to see products with his endorsement. Lucky for us JP has no interest in putting his name on cheap and meaningless items. Conforming to come-and-go trends has never been a direction JP has taken. He could care less about kids wearing uber tight pants and leather jackets; he will go his own way. And the Waysayer JP Walker by Etnies is wearable proof for any occasion.

Part of Etnies Skyline collection, the Waysayer collides seemingly contradictory styles with harmony and balance that the industry has come to expect from JP. By blending a boat shoe toe box with a hiking boot high-top, the Waysayer is ridiculously pleasing to gaze upon.  The black water-resistant leather, accented with crimson stitching and laces make for a unique piece that will last the ages and can’t be found at your local Target.

Now that you’re stoked to one day be rocking JP’s Waysayer, we want to give you a chance to win a pair in our weekly gear giveaway. Head over to our facebook page, enter your email and get ready to add some steeze to your strut. Uhh, son!

Check out the entire Skylie Collection at etnies.com

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