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Adidas Skateboarding The Busenitz Review

Adidas Skateboarding The Busenitz Sneakers Review
Adidas Skateboarding The Busenitz Sneakers Review
Adidas Skateboarding The Busenitz Review
Description
The Busenitz is a dope release from Adidas right from the beginning. The handsome skater shoe can be flaunted on top of a skateboard or while roaming the streets. With its materials, you can trust that the pair can withstand elements that would normally leave lesser shoes beyond repair.
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The name Busenitz is not a name that anyone just knows, unless you’re a skater or are interested in the world of skateboarding. That’s because Dennis Busenitz, one of the most iconic figures in the sport, has maintained a low profile through the years. But through his partnership with shoemaking giant Adidas, his name is becoming more familiar even to laymen; the Adidas Busenitz sneakers is forming part of the skater’s legacy.

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Price: US$70+

The Busenitz is distinct in the Adidas collection because it is just one of the few designed specifically for professional skateboarding. The shoes easily became known for its top quality suede, GEOFIT collar and tongue that can be adjusted as desired. It easily transitioned from the park to the streets, too, thanks to its universal appeal. The shoes is also available in different colorways, appealing to broader tastes.

Pros

Skater shoes are often known for their sick profile. In this area, Adidas’ The Busenitz fits right in. Its silhouette is a classic and bears a resemblance to some of the brand’s Originals, and the colorways available play well into it. In some versions, the tongue can be reduced as desired. Adidas strikes the right balance in the execution of the materials of The Busenitz as well—it is lightweight without compromising the quality, the shoe able to endure the common elements skaters are exposed to. If the shoe get soiled, cleaning it would not be a hassle, which is of course desired if you’re easily bugged by dirt. For those who will take The Busenitz out for skating, just as intended, the shoes give ample cushioning, grip and board feel. The comfortable kicks also fit true to size  and provides ample arch support.

Cons

The price is higher than your usual skater shoe, but it is not a deal breaker considering the quality and durability of The Busenitz. It can also be stiff in the beginning, and will at least leave your feet with a few blisters on your first few tries. There have been complaints that it can be narrow on the feet while also feeling slightly slippery. Among Adidas’ offerings, the kicks are not the most breathable available.

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