Chuffed - The Bowzer - Washed Grey
NOTE: CHUFFED SIZING RUNS DOWN FROM AU WOMENS SIZING, we recommended drawing around your foot and measuring before ordering.
Inspired by Bowzer Scharka
The Bowzer is for all the little turtles in the big ocean getting taken along for the ride. Tides pull, waves crash, skaters fall, life's fluid, Mario's transphobic and gender is fake news. When we skate, we connect with our weird flesh shells by playing around with what they can do. There are no rules. We experiment with what makes sense to us, and we go with that. And that's what the fluidity of the Bowzer skate is about.
The washed grey suede outer highlights the pale blue laces, eyelets, and water inspired lining,. The lining also features turtle shells – Bowzer’s signature emblem – and was designed by local Gadigal designer Jen Tuyet Ta. The boot is padded with our cushy foam lining to deliver supreme comfort right out of the box.
- 100% genuine suede upper
- aluminium alloy plate
- Pale eyelets and Laces
- 58mm black 82a polyurethane wheels
- sturdy Adjustable polyurethane toe stops
- 8mm Abec 7 bearings
- padded foam lining
- cushioned tongue with Chuffed embodied logo
A royalty from every set of Bowzers purchased goes directly to Bowzer, and $10 goes to his not-for-profit organisation of choice, Black Rainbow.
Black Rainbow is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy (LGBQTI+SB) organisation in the pursuit of positive health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTI+SB*. Originally focusing on suicide prevention, this organisation now also supports a variety of community projects and initiatives. 100% Indigenous owned and operated.
Get behind Bowzer and this great cause when you purchase a set of his crew skate.
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