The Suciu ADV skate shoes feature a lightweight cupsole with precision control. To keep the weight down, Adidas combined the sockliner and midsole into a single drop-in piece, providing the superior shock absorption of adiPRENE with responsive board feel in the toe. The collar provides extra ankle support, while an internal bootie locks down at the midfoot for a snug and supportive fit. Built to Mark Suciu's specs, these kicks give you plenty of bang for your buck.
Primary Upper Materials
Lightweight Rubber Cupsole
Internal Bootie for Super-Responsive Fit
Cupsole - Cupsoles are durable, well-cushioned and provide the best impact protection against hard landings. The sole consists of a single rubber layer, reinforced with glue then stitched to the upper. Cupsoles generally last longer than vulcanized soles, but don't provide as much flexibility and board feel right out of the box.
adiPRENE - adiPRENE is a cushioning foam placed under the heel to soak up impacts and soften landings.
Lightweight Rubber Cupsole - Lightweight rubber cupsole provides terrific board feel and protection for when you're skating those big stairsets. Cupsole construction and deep tread pattern gives the Busenitz Pro long-life durability.
Posted on 8/19/2017
Adidas Suciu ADV Skate Shoes
One kickflip in, love em. Can't wait to see what they're like when they get broken in. Usually a 10.5 pinches a lil bit, but perfect out the box. Nice shoe make it a mid too.
I dpend half of my work day walking on concrete floors, and have been swarching high and low for comfortable shoes. Finally found them. I can wear a pair of these for about 6 months of hard use, and they stand up to the punishment.
Shoe overall has been holding up great and looks great, only complaint was the cupsole made the shoe fit really tight and it was rubber so it made my socks slide, i actually removed the insole and added o e from my other shoe and it fits perfectly now