Legendary skater Dennis Busenitz hit up San Francisco's Third & Army spot recently to showcase his latest installment from adidas in this video. It slows down at points in order to focus on elements of the shoes like their Nano Cushioning, GEOFIT Stability technology, recessed eyelets, and Vector Traction for better board control. Personally I don't think the slo mo was necessary, the video is sick enough as is.
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I've always rated this shoe both for skating and for design and this colourway is perfect for the summer ahead.
Featuring a muted white suede and canvas upper with subtle metallic gold detailing to finish the fresh white on white shoe. As always, the tongue can be cut down easily with a guided scissor line on the reverse. In stores now.
adidas Skateboarding have released a new video starring Dennis Busenitz doing what he does best in a variety of European spots, showing exactly why he is still one of the world's best.
Busenitz displays his technical precision over a range of park and street spots, all the while, showing off his new pro footwear models; the Busenitz Vulc and the Busenitz ADV.
As part of their 2012 Summer tour popular skateboard brand Real have sent their riders back home to tear up some familiar spots. This latest edit features team rider Dennis Busenitz laying down some incredibly technical and fast pace manoeuvres across the hilly SF terrain.
In addition to the dope video the brand have also put together the 'Pushing Through San Francisco' series that includes a small capsule collection with a Pushing San Francisco T-shirt, a custom San Francisco REnewAL REAL deck, sticker and graphic MOB griptape all of which are available at selected stores worldwide.
Check the video out below.
One of the most popular adidas Skate models; the Busenitz, has taken a slight spin paying homage to adidas' football roots with the appropriately dubbed Bluesenitz. The vintage Copa Mundial remains as one of the brand's most successful and famous football products, popular across the globe still today.
The Busenitz was the perfect current model to replicate the CM.