Written on: 26/02/2011 by mishaelaarons (1 review written)
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Written on: 07/01/2009
The Rowley XLT were the best shoes Vans ever made and I have never been able to find another I liked even near as much...I wish they still made them. The only other skate shoes I have owned that come remotely close are Nike dunk SB's. The Vans Geoff Rowley XLT skate shoes feel and look great. You can also put them in the washing machine because they are vegan. I found that they do wear out pretty fast though… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/12/2008 by mqmorasch (1 review written)
These are the ONLY Vans that have ever held up, all the other Vans SUCK, must be that vanity fair lowered the quality when they bought them out. I will stick to Fallen footwear more durable, comfortable and better price… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2008
I love these shoes, vans are my favourite shoes to ride in especially the rowley shoes, these are the only shoes i use, they grip on the pedals and the souls are not to thick, i hate thick and hard souls. they break in very quick and generally feel great. i think i am going to change my shoe and try the vans whip which are very similar to the rowleys, still have the waffle grip and pretty much the same shoe. the only problem i have is that they are not the strongest shoe, but they feel great to… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/05/2008
Great shoe, great performance and soooo comfortable!!! Comfortable as hell!! definetly one of the best shoes i bought in my, uhm 34 years. well, the first 10 pairs i actually didn't buy...as always, vans don't last too long and start smelling the very typical vans way. so, not much value for money. maybe it depends on the materials??… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2006 by andytango (1 review written)
Nice shoes from Vans, the XLTs are a classic loved by many. They're stylish, comfortable, you can really feel the board and it's nice and grippy. The only real bad point is that they rip far too easily, and therefore it's not particularly great fo £65, as you will go through these in about a month… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2005 by punksnotdead (34 reviews written)
Vans Geoff Rowley XLT is a good skate shoe that is easily worth the money. They rip pretty fast but I still think its worth it. They feel and look good… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2005 by phat (1 review written)
I got my Vans Geoff Rowley XLT last Christmas! Damn it was so cool to use whilst skateboarding!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2005 by emerican562 (4 reviews written)
I got a pair of Vans Geoff Rowley XLT's from a shop in the mall for 30 bucks so i got them. As soon as I skated in them I loved them and after a few hours I had broken them in and the skated perfect. After a fews hours however the toe became abraised and soon after a few months the entire side was gone, Almost everything on this shoe fell apart but I didnt stop skating them because they were still so great, possibly the best shoe ever for skateability. These shoes are light, the best to skate… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2004 by hodder89 (1 review written)
Vans Geoff Rowley XLT - Ok here's how it is. The first week these shoes are your god! No joke! But DUN DUN DUN they wear out on the bottom like something sick and they rip easy. Although the comfort of them is amazing, even when they are worn. Overall I'd say if this shoe is not on sale don't buy it but for sale price these shoes are pretty kick-ass. That is while they last. basically if you skate hard...NO!! Do not buy them. beginner yes man go nuts… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2004 by jobertsucaldito (12 reviews written)
if you want to rip apart the Vans Geoff Rowley XLT shoes, skate them hard. Me? I don`t use them for skating, I just stroll around the mall. I find that they are the best walking around (becasue of their super-lightness) your feet won`t feel tired at all.
I find that all the vans XLT`s are super comfortable, lightweight, but quite pricey… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2004 by skater999 (2 reviews written)
I got my Vans Geoff Rowley XLT a year ago from a really bad sport shop. I got them for £30 which was really good.
When I started to skate in they felt really comfortable but as soon as I did my first kickflip the front of the shoe started to rip and I was really bummed about that… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2004 by kanye (1 review written)
For me Vans Geoff Rowley XLTs were a bargain, £40 off extreme pie. I'd recommend these shoes to anyone for many reasons mainly because they are so comfortable and light. I found that for the first week they tear quite badly but then after that they tear no more… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2004 by shortys sk8 life (1 review written)
The Vans Geoff Rowley XLT are very good for comfort and gripping on the board and their light but they rip to fast. I only had them for 3 days and they ripped. it sucks because my dad got them for me and he was angry. They had a good price of $79.99 that's pretty good :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/08/2004 by tyopot (1 review written)
Vans Geoff Rowley XLT is probably, in my opinion, the best skate shoe ever created by a human being.
Everything you ever want in a shoe, this has it. lightness, board feel, grippy soles, awesome designs etc, and none of the bad-bulky, heavy etc.
Geoff Rowley succeeded where other shoe designers failed. Rowley hated the bulky-heavy shoes that were so popular in the late `90`s. The only thing I hated about this shoe was the hefty price tag… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2004 by stromboli889 (1 review written)
The Vans Geoff Rowley XLT were my second skate shoe and I learned a great deal of tricks with them. The shoes are very grippy and light. However, the grip wears away quickly and the toe tears very quickly. I skated them a lot and did nothing but learn kickflips and boardslides. I destroyed them in only a month. In addition, there is almost no shoelace protection, it got to the point where I was ripping laces everyday and I had to stop wearing shoelaces because I ran out of laces. They… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2004 by circa911 (1 review written)
Rowley XLT's are a really good shoes they have class and they grip the skate well. I don't think there is anything bad about them… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2004 by flip skater (1 review written)
The Vans Geoff Rowley XLT shoe's suck. When I got them I thought they would be good because van's are like wicked and everything but let me tell you about these THEY FELL APART IN 5 MINNETS. All that happend was I was trying to heelflip a 7 set and when I landed wrong they just fell apart, the toe just fell off and dude STAY AWAY FROM THESE SHOE'S. Just because Geoff Rowley is one of the best skaters doesn't mean his shoe's rule to, stay way from these… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2004 by AntiHeroEmerican (2 reviews written)
Vans Geoff Rowley XLT - Sure they grip and skate good for about a week, but then you're walking around in torn, gripless, ghetto shoes you wish you would have put down for the pair next to them… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2004 by wademan1989 (1 review written)
Basically the Vans Geoff Rowley XLT shoes are great for about the first week and then go to rubbish. Great shoe for beginning skaters who can only ride the board though… Read Full Review