Less than a decade isn’t a very long time in general, let alone in Adidas heritage terms, but since its inception the Dennis Busenitz’s signature skateboarding model has given off a strong, classic Adidas vibe. Maybe it’s because of overall soccer influence, especially the Samba inspired tongue, on the shoe. Whatever the reason, the Busenitz fits into the impressive line of Adidas heritage very easily.
For the latest Adidas Consortium release, Los Angeles mainstays Undefeated tackle this modern classic. A combination of durable Cordua nylon and suede tap into the mix of performance and aesthetics that make a great skate shoe. Undefeated’s penchant for military imagery comes in handy here, as the subtle application of the desert camouflage pattern known as ‘chocolate chip’ not only brings a timeless street fashion staple into an understated design, but breaks up the sandy colorway without overwhelming it.
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