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CREW Chuffed Skates - BIRAK MUSTARD

CREW Chuffed Skates - BIRAK MUSTARD

Regular price £329.99 GBP
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Chuffed Skates models are custom order in only. They will not ship immediately & delivery will be a minimum of 3-4 weeks.  These are non refundable so please be sure of size before ordering.

Inspired by Ashley Chitty

'Birak' roller skate pays respects to one of the 6 six seasons on Noongar boodja country where Chitty grew up, and is her birth season. The beginning of Indigenous seasons aren’t dictated by certain days or months, but by the change of weather, flora, and fauna. Birak is the first summer, hot and dry, and is regarded as the season of the young. Young animals leave the nest and start venturing beyond into the world. This playful image evokes the feeling of skating – embracing the season of the young, freedom, and remembering to be young at heart.

The colours of Birak are encapsulated in the mustard yellow suede outer with coral pink laces and eyelets. The skate’s lining was a collaboration with Perth's Kamsani Bin-Salleh (@Kambarni). Kam is a Nimunburr/Yawuru/Ballardong artist who uses the natural world to inspire his work and has provided his abstract interpretation of this Noongar season.

 Featuring:

  • aluminium alloy plate
  • white 82a polyurethane wheels
  • sturdy polyurethane toe stops
  • 8mm Abec 7 bearings 
  • padded foam lining
  • cushioned tongue
  • embroidery logo on tongue

A royalty from every set of Birak’s purchased goes directly to Chitty, and $10 goes to their not-for-profit organisation of choice, the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

Get behind Chitty and this great cause when you purchase the Birak crew skate.

These skates feature a roller skate boot with medium support. They are an ideal lifestyle skate, perfect for those who want to have a quality skate from the get go. The Crew Collection Skates are also good for intermediate and advanced roller skaters who prefer a roller skate boot that allows more ankle movements and overall comfort. 

We strongly recommend measuring your foot for the best fit.

To measure your foot, trace around your largest foot on a piece of paper while wearing a sock, then measure from the heel to the tip of the biggest toe with a ruler. You don't need to size up for width as the toe box is quite spacious. 

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