The first (we assume) shoe by Adidas for Lucas Puig is an interesting animal. Light as a feather and very form fitting, it is both economical in design and profile. The high and slightly bulky outsole on the toe area made it feel like extra work to ollie or kickflip, at first. After a few sessions that strangeness was overcome but still lingered like a stubbed toe. The biggest appeals of this shoe are it's extreme lightweight and the durability of the outsole along with the low profile toe cap. The two factors work in perfect unison so even when the material wears through the stitching there is little effect in the performance.
After a couple 35 year old man sessions, only a few signs of wear but the stitching wore through.