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I wear 7 1/2, but this shoe in a 7 1/2 fit like I was wearing an 8 or 8 1/2! I am returning the shoes of course, but hope there are a pair left to fit so I can reorder. The shoe also seemed a little wide, but I'm not sure if that's because they were so large in size or not. Seemed to be a very comfortable shoe though, and very lightweight.
The soles are nice and grippy and have tiny little studs on the edges that I haven't seen with a lot of other skate shoe. They're extremely comfortable to wear casually or while skating, and after a week of skating they still look new. I chose these particular shoes because I hate for skate shoes to be too fat because of all that cushion, but this is just the right amount to look nice and give protection
These are my favorite shoes of all-time and I'm so glad they're back! It's been really difficult to find them in my size over the past couple of years (though I've managed to get lucky with random websites a couple of times). They're durable, comfortable, and versatile, and I think they look good too. My one recommendation would be to offer these in more colors! Ideally navy and dark gray, in addition to black and light gray. I'd really like a navy pair and hope to see them on here soon!
Get a half size smaller. I'm a 6, tried this in the black and white versions. Both were definitely about an inch too long of empty space lengthwise for toes. I tried the 5.5 and it was perfect. I'm not crazy about the gloss pieces on the white version, it's okay on the black. Love the big logo on the tongue. This is a cool hi-top, exactly what I was looking (just really wish they didn't use the gloss.) My right foot is a hair bigger than my left foot and often I've felt shoes were tight on me or just right. This one, definitely go HALF a size down. You can see they look too big if you get your normal size. The width is perfect. I once tried a Stella McCartney slipper, size 6 and that was literally one size too big. Love these, you should try them on first if you're at a store.
I love these trainers. Great fit and very comfortable. I have been looking for something like this for ages. I'm not a fan of the wedge inside and the good thing about these trainers is that you can lift it out to have flat trainers
Campus has to be my favorite adidas shoes and as a lot of people may found out, they're pretty difficult to find, I heard they're deadstock, it's a shame...until now, it's so great that adidas decided to re-release them again. Navy blue color is almost impossible to find now, I really really hope adidas consider to release them. For the last couple of years I was able to find the black, gray and blue ones in my size.
I love these shoes. These shoes are very comfortable and they offer great support for walking around and even running, the one disappointing thing is that with most running shoes they offer a sort of bounce when running that these shoes don't but by not doing it build up your leg strength so there's a positive and negative side. Definitely recommend, worth the price, look great, will wear for a while. I ordered a size up because I have a tad wider feet.
I'm in utter shock what's going on here. Here I am, an Adidas fan of the prior bounce and new boost lineup, finding it hard to believe that the runner is the best pair I've worn so far. I've invested +$100 in the boost technology one year ago and wore it devotionally; I thought it was the god of all running shoes, but dang did it come at a cost. But then I stumbled upon these, thinking that id wear it for casual wear and style. One day I forgot my boosts at home, so I decided to test these out at the gym. It did me wonders. Comfortable, great absorption at the heel, amazing. Man, did I put other runners to shame when I silently ran past them while they stomp the track. So here I am, again, questioning how these $75 dollar shoes managed to surpass my expectations and match up to the legendary boost technology. Few trivial concerns: annoying crease line at the back of the shoe, every time I sit down and sprawl out my legs I feel the crease line nudging my heel; I'm used to Adidas' usual tight fit but this one runs a little bigger; can feel it slip a little off when I did calf raises, perhaps because it ran a little bigger and the mouth of the shoe has a stretch-like material.
I ordered at size 8 which is my shoes size, I tried on the shoes and it fit like it was a size 9. I recommend you to to a size smaller from your normal size. I just brought it this week so hopefully when I return them, it would have the size I want.
These shoes are such a great buy, really worth the money. The sole is comfortable and lightweight meaning it doesn't hurt or feel hard when i walk. The design of the shoe keeps my foot locked down and is comfortable all around me toes as the neoprene is comfortable and soft. would advise to go a half size down as they do come up a tad on the long size but the width is perfect. really great shoe 10/10
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!)
I bought the gray version of this shoe a few years ago and I must say they have proven to be the best shoes I've ever worn. They look great with absolutely anything and have amazing durability, and even have arch support. I recently cleaned them and they look and feel the same as they did out of the box. Can't go wrong with these. Hopefully they come out with more colors such as a navy and/or burgundy so i can extend my collection.
I am 13 years old and a size 11 in mens. They run snug but the materials are very stretchy and i have very wide feet. If you do have wide feet, or you like a looser fitting shoe, I would recommend going up half a size. Overall for the price these are amazing! They are super detailed and way cooler than roshes in my opinion. Roshes how ever are a bit more confortable. If you are on the fence about these I would definitely say go for it! Great shoe!
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.