Free U.S. Shipping - No Sales Tax
Free U.S. Shipping - No Sales Tax

Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes

12 Reviews
In Stock - Qualifies For FREE U.S. Shipping
Developed in conjunction with aIT, the Adidas innovation team, the Busenitz ADV upgrades Dennis' signature skate shoe with a smooth one-piece, pigskin Nubuck upper and supportive details like a molded sockliner, GEOFIT collar, Nano heel cushioning and Vector Traction on the outsole.
Upper Materials:
  • GEOFIT Collar Lining
  • Vector Traction Outsole and Grippy Tread Design
  • Molded Sockliner
  • Nano Heel Cushioning
  • Recommended for you

    Overall Rating
    Reviewed by 12 customers

    Sort by

    by Ventura, Ca.
    Posted on 6/15/2015
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes
    Tough shoe, comfortable and gives great board feel/control, 4 1/2 stars-only thing missing is tongue centering loop, but made my own by poking a small hole to run em threw, other than that love em!!!
    0 person has found this review helpful
    best fucking shoes you can buy
    by turdburglar666
    Posted on 10/25/2014
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes
    so f****** comfortable, hella f***** padding around the ankle and tongue, so f***** durable, and they look dope as f*** buy a f***** pair and skate them till they fall apart. I've been skating mine for about 3 months and they are holding strong with a little wear and tear.
    0 person has found this review helpful
    Great Shoe!!!
    by Cuatro (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 10/7/2014
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes - black/white/black - suede
    Very durable shoe. Great board feel and grip. One of the best shoes I've skated. Overall awesome shoe plus it looks good on your feet. I would highly recommend this shoe for any type of street skating.
    2 people have found this review helpful
    Cupsole with great board-feel
    by Cole L in Apple Valley, MN (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 8/7/2014
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes - black/metallic gold/university red
    These are honestly some of the best shoes I've ever skated. They have good cushion, and still have great board-feel for more tech stuff.
    They have been going strong for a few weeks of hard skating now too. I just used a little glue on the ollie spot to stop holes.
    1 person has found this review helpful
    by namorski
    Posted on 8/1/2014
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes
    Once it's broken in, this is a cupsole that flexes like a vulc. The fit is snug, however; I'd suggest ordering whatever your normal size for a cupsole. The grip on the outsole is amazing–no slippage, and the flick lasts. The "raised" heel doesn't bother me, and I like how the whole shoe lends itself to ergonomical skating (i.e. the stripes are texturized for additional grip).
    I prefer skating cupsoles in the summer, since it helps the rubber break in faster, which might take a minute, depending on how frequently you skate.
    The only thing that took some getting used to was the length/width ratio. The shoe looks a tad long on my feet, as my neurotic snobbery prefers some width.
    1 person has found this review helpful
    ADV is for Sure!!!
    by G-Money in Ventura, Ca
    Posted on 6/28/2014
    Adidas Busenitz ADV Skate Shoes - collegiate navy/white/black
    After skating the Pro and Vulc I had to try these and glad I did, everything about them is awesome just like the others-but there almost too nice that you don't wanna jack em up skating em, but I did and they didn't disappoint.
    1 person has found this review helpful

    Sort by

    Asked by pop on 6/4/2013
    Does this shoe fit a bit long or a bit short? I usually where an 11 but there is only 10.5 and 11.5 in your stock.
    Answered by Tim S (Tactics Employee) on 6/13/2013
    They fit pretty true to size.
    0 person has found this answer helpful
    Asked by Martin on 4/2/2013
    Do these have good board feel like the previous busenitz?
    Answered by Kyle R (Tactics Employee) on 4/3/2013
    They do offer decent board feel for a cupsole. However, if board feel is high priority for you I would look into the Busenitz Vulcs. Vulcanized skate shoes are going to offer a lot more board feel then cupsole skate shoes. However, cupsole shoes are going to be a lot more supportive.
    0 person has found this answer helpful