The adidas Crazylight collection features new and improved quality and durability with reduced weight, from shorts to their shoes. adidas has slimmed down weight and bulk, renovated and integrated their best technology into their newest Crazylight products. The result? The lightest performance basketball gear on the planet.
The Crazylight Boost Primeknit collection boasts an unrivaled lightweight design with adiPRENE+ in the forefoot, a Primeknit upper, and of course, their beloved Boost technology into the heel's sole. A new, multidirectional, and multi-height wave bone rubber outsole allows quicker cuts and directional changes for athletes whose game is predicated on excelling in the open court. The CMEVA molded foam midsole cushions your step and absorbs impact shock, so hard cuts and explosive jumps don't take a toll on your feet. The new 3D molded toecap offers additional protection so your feet stay fresh. Increase your ability to be quick off the dribble and light on your feet with Boost technology; feel the difference when making quick lateral movements to stay in front of your opponent.
In addition to these upgrades, the 2015 Crazylight Boost enhances foot breathability overall stability in a low-cut shoe for less bulk. The increased airflow is credited to adidas' fan-favorite Primeknit technology, keeping your feet cool and dry until the final buzzer. There's a reason that elite athletes like James Harden and Andrew Wiggins wear the adidas 2015 Crazylight Boost Primeknit sneaker — it's light done right.
If you value ankle support and versatility over speed and quickness, than the tried-and-true Crazy 8 (once Kobe Bryant's shoe) is probably for you; it's high-cut and ultra-durability make it an extremely diverse shoe. Be sure to check out hoops prodigy Damian Lillard's shoe, the D Lillard 1, for superior comfort and cushioning, or if you have a passion for the flair check out Derrick Rose's newest signature shoe — the D Rose 6.