Men's Skateboarding Shoes

Lace up a pair of adidas skateboarding shoes as youGet ready for the day. They keep you comfortable as you cruise to the skate park or kick back with friends.
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adidas Men's Skate Shoes

There's no feeling quite like lacing up a new pair of men's skate shoes and taking them on their first ride. The first kick and push, the first coasting until the end of the block or landing that first trick with your men's skate sneakers is a special sensation — and adidas wants it to be unique. Whether you're looking for classic vulcanized styles like the tennis-rooted Matchbreak and the Gazelle or want the grippy feel of soccer-inspired kicks like the Sambas, find them in our vast collection of men's skate shoes.

Try out high top skate shoes from adidas for a modern take on a '70s classic. Wear them with a tee and your favorite pair of jeans, or shorts when it's hot in the summer. If you want to rep the best of the best, check out signature men's skateboarding shoes from your favorite skaters like Dennis Busenitz, Lucas Puig and Tyshawn Jones. Each has a unique style that's true to their natural flair and personality. Once you've put the board down, kick back and relax in a pair of Shmoofoil slides, bearing Mark Gonzales' playful artwork and the plush comfort you'll come to love. Browse our selection of men's skate shoes, and find the right pair for that next ride.

Men's Skateboarding Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

The best skate shoes have a durable upper, inner cushioning and a flat, low-profile outsole with good traction. A skate shoe with a suede upper is durable and can handle wear from the board and grip tape rubbing against the shoes.
Skateboarders wear skate shoes because they’re designed to be durable enough to withstand the impacts of skateboarding. Many skaters wear low-cut shoes for maximum ankle mobility. But mid-cut and high-cut shoes are also popular with skateboarders looking for stability and support.
adidas makes skate shoes for all types of skateboarders. Pro skateboarders like Dennis Busenitz, Lucas Puig and Tyshawn Jones have collaborated with adidas on their own signature footwear. There are also skate iterations of classic silhouettes like the adidas Superstar, Gazelle and Copa.