Truth be told, the only thing that prevents me from mistaking this pair of kicks we’re featuring today for your typical adidas Pure Boost sneakers is the silver Busenitz name stitched onto the tongue and lateral side. And considering the high praise we’ve heaped upon the adidas Pure Boost around the KoF office since they first launched a few years back, I’d say that’s a compliment to the adidas Busenitz Pure Boost Grey sample that fell into our laps a few days ago.
Since we’re being honest here (although when are we not, right?), I would be lying if I professed to being an expert in skate shoe culture and having great knowledge of the impact Dennis Busenitz has had in the sport. But what I do know is that Boost technology has a played a huge role in the turnaround of the three stripes and one of my personal favorites to come out of that is the adidas Pure Boost. So to bring those two silhouettes together means that the Busenitz is raising the bar for adidas Skateboarding.
After being delivered in the most nondescript of ways, the latest colorway of the Busenitz Pure Boost is a mixture of Busenitz’s signature kicks, which is inspired by the classic adidas Copa Mundial soccer boot, and the aforementioned Pure Boost. It’s such a confluence of influences and tech that really anybody can wear these as a casual pair and know that it’s one of the best out there for comfort but it will be up to the skate community to determine if it’s something that is worth the price tag ($130) considering that the original Busenitz can be had for half that at many retailers.
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