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I bboy in these shoes, and I think they work well for this purpose. They have good grip, but enough slide for certain moves. They have a lot of cushion too, which is nice. The shoes look good too, and even though they have so much padding they keep a pretty low profile and don't puff out too much. I haven't owned them for so long, but so far they are holding together well, and the foxing hasn't come off either.
This shoe lasts through tough skating and it is immediately broken in unlike most vulcanized shoes. The board feel is a 10/10, it literally feels as if you are barefoot on your board, but it's nice and thick so you don't get heel bruise. All around great shoe and amazing for skating! You should buy it! (P.S. They look so tight too!)
There was a time in my life where the only shoes I ever wore were Adidas. Campus, Gazelle, you name it. I haven't worn a pair of Adidas for years until a couple weeks ago. I bought a pair of classics from champs... I don't know what. They were neither the color nor the style I wanted. I needed them for work. The champ's shoes were terrible. They were of poor construction and left my feet hurting waiting on tables. So after a week of wearing these terrible shoes I decided I needed to try some different Adidas; there was no way the entire company had gone to the dogs. I typed in a search engine "most comfortable adidas ever" and lo and behold a bunch of skaters, bikers, and b-boys were raving about this shoe: The Buszenitz Vulc. I ordered them on the spot. When they arrived I tried them on immediately and was so impressed I ordered a second pair. I then dealt with customer service over some pricing changes; they couldn't have been more cool and prompt. I had to admit I was worried for a split second, but that was my fault for going to Champs Sporting goods and not directly to Adidas. The low profile of the Buszenitz makes it perfect for casual attire, and the functionality of the shoe makes it perfect for walks, dancing, waiting tables (which is what I do), skating (I also skate), and I assume most other activities. If Adidas were to add a non slip sole I think no one else on earth would need another pair of shoes ever again.
first of all, this "jacket" looks very sharp and expensive. It also has those little holes for the thumbs to keep it rolling up. People will look! Although they have a front pocket to stash your iPod/phone in it, there is no hole for the wire - WHOOPS! I bought it one size smaller (I usually wear XL but i bought L) and it fits PERFECT. It is not for "heavy" cold or snow, but for the mild cold we have in Greece its perfect.
I bought that shoes for my husband and the lace so small he keeps doing the lace over and over so yes it was not a good lace for that type of shoes. I was disappoint because when you think Adidas you think good quality. I'm hoping the shoes will last under the rain I read bad com about the shoes and weather too!
The daybreaker is great for winter as its nice and lightweight and it keeps me really warm. With three pockets there is plenty of storage and I love the fit design of the hood. I wear the daybreaker to and from training and have found it holds up pretty well in the rain too. I normally wear a medium however i found the medium to be quite short around the waist and so i went for the large.
Great to wear. I haven't skated in them yet but the quality is superb. The sock liner is the most comfortable thing ever. It is like your foot is wrapped in a cloud the gods sit on. No other shoe is better in my opinion.
Comes up slightly tight on me (when compared to shirts of the same size) but that's given that the top is intended for training. It looks great in black and has a bright contrast seam on the inside. Hand pockets don't zip. Zips are the stiff waterproof style ones, so not easy to open on the run (if you do that sort of thing).
Initially, I grabbed these shoes up because I liked the style, and loved the price... I had an Adidas deficit going on at the time. These totally filled the void. I love the way Adidas shoes fit my feet, and I love the simplicity of many Adidas designs. These kicks totally hit the mark, again!
I don't skateboard. I just use them for casual wear. I get compliments all the time. Make sure to get a 1/2 bigger they are not true to size. I made the mistake of getting my true size and my feet paid dearly for it.
I've had many pairs of Adidas, mostly classics and some basketball shoes a while back but these are by far, hands down the most comfortable pair of shoes I've bought from adidas. I haven't skated in them, used mostly for Mt biking, but I'm liking the support and how they hold up.
This product fit on me and I am tall and my arms very long. So I choose one number up only for cause. Fit very well a bit loose on waist. But I prefer this way. A lot pockets, what is good. I love this hoodie. it is very warm when it is very cold on street. Thanks Adidas
Great tech hoodie for runs and just wearing around casually as a stand alone piece early mornings or at night during fall/spring. Thumbholes are sometimes a bit of a nuissance but otherwise the hoddie fits great and washes easily. The midnight colour definitely stands out! Fit is true to size.
It's a good shoe looks amazing the balance of colours etc. I would score it a 9 out of 10 for looks but its not as comfortable as I would have hoped. I would give it a 5 out of 10 for comfort. so out of 20 it would score about 14 or 15 if I was feeling generous. Had they made more comfortable it would be worth every penny.
I ordered this during a huge sale, as a backup hoody. My other hoody is a generic but comfortable fleece from Kohls, that I know I paid less for. The Adidas one is just as comfortable, and the fit is great for my 6ft 170lb frame (I ordered a medium). It's a tad long, but I like that because it keeps it from riding. Anyway I've had it for a few weeks now, and it's been through the wash once and worn nearly daily. The material isn't very thick and the weave isn't tight because the fabric started pilling after 1 wash. Remember the hoody I mentioned earlier? It's also a fleece made from 100% polyester, and it looks nearly new despite missing it's drawstring. It's been in the wash a bazillion times. And as for the warmth? It's definitely a lighter weight jacket like some others have mentioned. Anyway this is just a cool looking hoody but definitely not the ultimate. If you want it to look great for a long time my advice is- don't wear it much.