Following last month's limited release, adidas is gearing up to drop a new colorway of its Crazy BYW sneaker, alongside a completely new model in the Crazy BYW X.

The U.S.-exclusive Crazy BYW is highlighted by purple accents reverting back to the origins of Feet You Wear, all while celebrating adidas’s roots in basketball. Welcoming the brand's patented Boost technology, you can look forward to the shoe ($170 USD) arriving exclusively at adidas’s 747 Warehouse February 16.

The Crazy BYW X, on the other hand, blends the world of performance with the heritage of the franchise, designed specifically for hooping. Retailing for $200 USD, the sneaker is scheduled to pre-launch solely in the U.S. on February 17.

For more Three Stripes, be sure to check out the brand's assortment of sneakers launching at NBA All-Star Weekend in LA.

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