Pro model skate shoes are somewhat latecomers to the sneaker game — Etnies kicked it off with Natas Kaupas in 1988 — but man, have they made up for lost time. Vans followed with the Caballero in 1989, and by the late '90s it seemed like anyone with a video part had a shoe. And not just one model, either. Skaters are notoriously fickle, and the industry is notoriously volatile, so rosters (and models) changed on a seemingly regular basis. Over the years styles have changed, but the cream has steadily risen to the top. So we present you with The 30 Best Signature Skate Shoes of All Time.