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Adidas Busenitz Times 3

   Words by wchWaffle

   on 15/08/2012 14:52:10

The new year will see the adidas Busenitz take on a two new styles cementing it’s place within the adidas originals skateboarding range.

The original Busenitz will be released in 5 colours and is now named the Busenitz Pro

busenitz pro

The Busenitz gets a real tech rework and becomes the Busenitz ADV. Not too sure what ADV stands for as yet, I have a £5 on it being advantage or advanced. Those of you familiar with the Nike SB Koston will be familiar with what's gone on here. This is going to be a great skate shoe, but set a £70 you might want to wear them a few months before they become your skate slippers! They will come in black, red and a navy. Black is the winner here.


Last but not least will be the Busenitz Vulc, a new look shoe with a traditional vulcanised skate sole. Set to rrp and £55 bucks my money is on this being the shoe of choice for the adidas skateboard shoe customer. Black and white is the meat and potatoes, the navy and gold is sick.


busenitz vulc

Apologies for the fuzzy filtered images, but need to hold a little back for the new year.