Verdict from 9.1 hours of research from the internet

7 reasons to buy

  • The Busenitz from the Skateboarding collection of Adidas receives a lot of praise for having a great board feel.
  • According to many reviewers, Adidas has manufactured this sneaker with generous cushioning, making it comfortable for skating and long walks.
  • A large percentage of wearers like that the skate shoe is available in various summer colors.
  • Most of the reviewers applaud the stylish look of the Adidas Busenitz.
  • Many note that the materials of the sneaker feels and looks premium.
  • A reviewer mentions that the shoe is easy to clean.
  • According to some avid skaters, the Adidas Busenitz skate shoe is durable and can withstand many skateboarding tricks.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Several dislike the long tongue that the Adidas Busenitz features.
  • Some skaters also find the tongue frustrating because it does not stay in the center and slides outside.
  • A reviewer mentions that the color fades fast in the toe area.

Bottom line

Adidas releases another timeless and iconic sneaker, the Adidas Busenitz. Feel confident while casually strolling the streets or performing tricks on your boards because another skateboarding sneaker from the Adidas Busenitz line is available in the market. This skate shoe attracts the people not only with its stylish look but also with its functional features.

User reviews:

The Adidas Busenitz is a unisex shoe that is available in men’s sizes only. Ladies who want to grab a pair are recommended to go one and a half size down for a better fit.

The skate shoe features a traditional lacing system and a padded heel for a snug and comfortable fit. Moreover, these features allow skaters to do flips on their skateboards without worries because the feet are securely in place, and it provides enough support and ankle protection. The low top design of the Adidas Busenitz also allows the ankle to move freely, making it easier to do tricks.

The soft suede designed sneaker by Adidas has a sleek and premium look. Because of this, it can be worn with almost anything. For an athletic vibe, the Busenitz skate shoe can be paired with tracksuits or baggy jeans paired with oversized shirts. Wearing the Adidas Busenitz with jeans, shorts, and t-shirts will give off a more casual vibe. Ladies wearing the Busenitz can also pair this with a dress.

To separate this sneaker from the other Adidas sneakers, one will notice that it has an exceptionally long tongue. This long tongue is customizable, allowing its wearers to cut it shorter. The Adidas Busenitz branding is found on the portion of the tongue that can be cut off, while a Trefoil logo is found below it.

In 1989, the Adidas Skateboarding subline was formed. It was another label under the Adidas Originals. This subcategory was created to accommodate the needs of the skaters and provide them with better skating experiences by developing innovative technologies to enhance their skate shoe experience.

In order to provide skaters with a better skating experience, the brand partnered with several well-known skaters all over the world. Among these skaters is Dennis Busenitz, who signed with Adidas in 2006 and is responsible for the Busenitz collection.

The Adidas Busenitz is Dennis’ signature sneaker. It is inspired by his favorite soccer cleat, the Copa Mundial, and also has a touch of the Adidas Samba silhouette.

  • There is a dotted line on the tongue that serves as a guide when cutting it.
  • The Adidas Busenitz features a soft suede upper.
  • This Adidas Busenitz released the first pro model in the Adidas Skateboarding collection.
  • A Busenitz branding is placed on the lateral side of the shoe, above the last line of the three stripes.
  • Other Adidas brandings are found on the midsole and outsole of the shoe.
  • It features a Geofit padded collar.

Size and fit

True to size based on 1000 user votes
Small (21%)
True to size (75%)
Large (3%)
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Same sizing as Adidas Busenitz Pro Gore-Tex.

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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