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adidas Honors A Legendary SF Skate Spot With The Busenitz Pro

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Today adidas Skateboarding unveils a special limited edition colorway of the Busenitz Pro inspired by one of San Francisco’s most iconic skate spots, 3rd and Army. The spot seen in countless skate videos and frequented by Dennis Busenitz himself throughout the years is referenced on the unique new colorway of his modern-classic signature shoe, which features a white-painted upper that reveals a metallic silver layer underneath when scratched and worn down as you skate them—just like the thick white rails and pipes at the spot. The tonal white upper is completed with a semi-translucent gum outsole to complete the premium look.

The Busenitz Pro “3rd and Army” drops this Saturday, April 22nd at adidas Skateboarding stockists for $120.