Next month, adidas will be releasing the new Crazylight 2016. The low-top hoops sneaker has been crafted especially for quick footwork and cutting through traffic in the lane.
The Crazylight 2016 is the first basketball shoe to incorporate 100 percent heel-to-toe BOOST cushioning, all while boasting a lightweight woven upper, with adidas’s iconic Three Stripes branding taking over the heel. A herringbone-styled traction and a loaded sprint plate then deliver responsive traction for jab step attacks and creating space on the hardwood for step-back threes. Finally, the new Crazylight model is built with a TPU forefoot roll cage that harnesses the energy of BOOST.
The adidas Crazylight 2016 ($120 USD) will be worn by James Harden, Jeremy Lin and Kyle Lowry, as you will have a chance to pick up a pair beginning July 2.
For some non-basketball BOOST heat, check out these new colorways of the Ultra Boost.