Verdict from 100+ user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Majority of the reviewers give high ratings to the DVS Enduro 125 sneakers for their overall performance. 
  • Many users claim that this is a comfortable shoe, especially after the break-in period.
  • Some reviewers highlight the excellent built and durability of this shoe. 
  • Lots of commenters mention that it fits nicely on foot like most DVS skate shoes
  • This DVS sneaker presents multiple colors, most in neutral hues for easy styling.
  • A few buyers feel nostalgic with the old skate shoe styling of this model. 
  • The materials are excellent, according to some reviewers. 
  • Like other DVS shoes, the DVS Enduro 125 carries an affordable price. 

1 reason not to buy

  • One reviewer expresses disappointment that this shoe is not available in smaller sizes.

Bottom line

Released as part of the DVS Heritage Skate Shoes collection is the DVS Enduro 125. Like other shoes in the line, the Enduro 125 flaunts a classic heritage look inspired by skateboarding. The upper is thickly-padded, bulky-looking, and equipped with skate-ready performance. 

Probably one of the best DVS skate shoes to date, this low-top has been receiving high ratings from buyers for its comfort, durability, quality, and old-school styling. It has an affordable price and multiple color options. 

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Good to know

The DVS Enduro 125 is a skate shoe model that offers sizes for men from US 7.5 to 13 in D Standard width. The reinforced and heavily padded leather upper gives sufficient support and protection, while a mesh quarter and tongue increase breathability. It has Energy Fit technology, which provides a lockdown fit and consistent tongue alignment. 

As with most skate shoes, or sneakers in general, the DVS Enduro 125 features a lace closure system for a customized fit. A heel tab is in place for easy on and off wearing. 

Skating or not, you'd have a nostalgic feel of the early 2000s skateboarding scene with the old-school skate shoe look of the DVS Enduro 125. Unlike modern skate shoes, it boasts a bulky silhouette with a thickly padded upper made from reinforced leather with a mesh quarter and tongue. 

This Enduro variation comes in a wide range of colorways that are mostly in neutral hues for easy styling. Examples include black, black/charcoal/red, and black/charcoal/camo. Other colorways feature a gum rubber sole for a more classic look like the black/reflective, black/white/gum, white/grey/blue/red, and tan/camo/gum. 

The DVS Enduro 125 is part of the DVS Enduro lineup. It has the Energy Fit technology, a technology that is also present in the DVS Enduro Heir skate shoes. This feature uses dual Energy gore that connects the tongue to the outsole for consistent and lockdown fit. It keeps the tongue in place and secured. However, unlike other Enduro shoe models, the 125 does not feature a 180 heel bag.

The DVS Shoe Company, otherwise referred to as DVS, is an American footwear brand that caters to the global market. It was founded in 1995 in Los Angeles, California by Tim Gavin and the Dunlap brothers named Brian, Kevin, and Mike. It was then acquired by the Sequential Brands Group, Inc. in 2012 soon after it filed for bankruptcy. 

One of the most popular collections of skate shoes from the brand is the DVS Heritage Skate Shoes collection. It features skate shoes with a classic old-school look that took inspirations from the brand's legacy in action sports. One of the shoes in this collection is the DVS Enduro 125. 

The DVS Enduro 125 is a low-top, bulky skate shoe with a heavily reinforced leather upper, mesh quarters and tongue, padded collar and tongue, EVA midsole, and a classic lace-up closure. It dropped in multiple color options with an original retail price of $65.

  • The DVS Enduro 125 also features a durable rubber shell outsole with two-layer molded EVA cup insoles for comfort. Added protection and support can be expected from the padded collar and tongue. 
  • DVS brandings are on the tongue, quarter panels, and heel. 
  • The name DVS is not a shortened name for devious. It does not mean anything according to the brand's founder. 


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