If you’ve watched any basketball in March and April, you’ve without a doubt seen adidas’ newest addition to their performance basketball family, the Crazyquick.
Putting their product to the test before it hits the market, adidas seeded a few of their quickest players to see how these shoes perform. Michigan’s Trey Burke and Louisville’s Peyton Seva sported the Crazyquicks as they battled in one of the better NCAA Championship games in years, and the New York Knicks’ Iman Shumpert wears a pair of Crazyquicks as he continues to shut down the Celtics’ Paul Pierce in the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs. If those examples are any indication of how these shoes perform, then adidas has another gem on their hands.
Built specifically for more efficient basketball moves, the shoes encompass a series of well thought out technology defined only by the science of being quick, weighing a mere 11.25 ounces. Features such as the new enlarged SPRINTFRAME, the next generation PUREMOTION™ system, and the herringbone traction technology in the outsole were designed into the construction so that the wearer can stop on a dime.
If you’re not picking up on the trend here, these shoes are designed for the speedy, those who desire to be quick.
Dropping May 1st, 2013, adidas brings to Finish Line four different color schemes including the highly anticipated “Electricity”.
Here’s more colorways of the new adidas Crazyquick.