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Adidas Campus Vulc review

Finally the Adidas Campus vulc review is finished. It took some time, but I’m satisfied with the result.

The higher quality PDF file: adidas-campus-vulc-review





  • paulote capote
    April 8, 2009


    Well written!

    I have 3 pairs of campus vulc, the 1st is the Espresso/Lava/White, I’d say it fits exactly as it should (I am size 9 as well), my last two pairs are the Campus Hi White/Black/Gold and the Navy/White Lo, I feel like I should have bought the 8.5 though.

    I haven’t skated with mine yet but I will look forward to protect the laces.

    Again, this is a great job, keep on keepin’ on.

  • Tyler
    April 10, 2009

    Great Review, I have a differing opinion on the laces though. I skated the Campus Vulc Hi and I am currently skating the Campus Vulc Desert Sand colorway.

    I found that when I skated the standard Vulc’s that the laces held up fine. Around 5 hours of skating they ripped and needed to be changed.

    With the Hi’s it was quite peculiar. The laces seemed to have a different “feel” or texture. They lasted only two hours as did yours.

    Again, amazing review. Some constructive criticism, don’t just stick with Nike. Branch out and do some Lakai’s or a pair of Dekline’s.

  • Marcus
    April 12, 2009

    Which do you prefer? ‘
    Nike sb blazers lows or
    Adidas campus vulcs

  • cdyckmans
    April 13, 2009

    I haven’t skated Blazer lows yet so I can’t really compare them. You should try both on at your local shop and
    then decide which one you like better.

  • Eli
    May 8, 2009

    Great Review. A +

    I’ve actually skated both the Campus Lows and the Blazer Lows. To be honest, they skate exactly the same to me. The only difference is that the flick on the Campus seems to be much grippier than the Blazer. However, i’m in love with Nike’s Zoom Air insole due to my reckless 13 stair sessions, so I’d prefer sticking with a pair of nike’s if you like to go big. I, to this day, have never gotten heel bruises from Nike shoes, but the flick just isn’t as good as the Campus. It’s all personal preference in the end though. Recently, i’ve been skating walls and wallrides these days, and you just can’t seem to beat the blazer’s sole in my opinion.

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