Who should buy the Adidas Suciu ADV

Designed by skate pro, Mark Suciu, the Adidas Suciu ADV does not step back from performance, but this skate shoe also offers you:

  • Style versatility, allowing this shoe to also blend in the street style
  • A top-quality pair of kicks perfect for everyday use

Adidas Suciu ADV side laces

Versatility for your street style

Being a skate shoe does not limit the Adidas Suciu ADV to show its capability of being a casual sneaker. This low-top silhouette can naturally function as a good outfit complement. The shoe can go with an appropriate street-style outfit and can be worn for daily use.

Adidas Suciu ADV toe area

Designed for the skateboarders

The whole shoe is designed after the specifics of Mark Suciu. When it comes to performance, the outsole is something to really marvel at as it provides superb grip and durability.

Adidas Suciu ADV outsole pattern

Additionally, board control and feel are enhanced with the shoe’s technical construction.

Adidas Suciu ADV outsole branding

Looking back to how the Adidas Suciu ADV was created

Mark Suciu, a skate pro, is the one who fully designed the first signature skate shoe from Adidas, the Adidas Suciu ADV.

Adidas Suciu ADV three stripes

Architectural designs have mostly been the source of the shoe's design idea. The Adidas Suciu ADV basically shows the relationship between architecture and skateboarding.

Adidas Suciu ADV side

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collaboration: Mark Suciu
Collection: Adidas Skateboarding
Colorways: Black / Purple / Blue / Red / Beige / Grey
SKUs: B27387 / B27388 / BB8752 / BB8753 / BY3935 / BY3936 / BY3937 / F37458 / F37459 / F37460

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.