• First Impressions // On Court With The adidas Crazy Light

First Impressions // On Court With The adidas Crazy Light

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€166.00

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words & images // Zac Dubasik Following a season that’s almost been defined by the word “options” when it comes to the sneaker world, it seems very fitting that heading into the playoffs, the most talked about new shoe would come from a smaller brand – at least in terms of their hoops market share. This past Thursday, adidas officially unveiled the adiZero Crazy Light, which, at 9.8 ounces, gives them bragging rights to the lightest shoe in the sport. And while their claims of it being the “lightest basketball shoe on the market by more than 15% over the next lightest shoe” is misleading – there are low-tops that are closer – it doesn’t take away from the fact that it is a major accomplishment to break the 10-ounce threshold. After the NYC launch on Thursday, which was also broadcast on Facebook, members of the media were able to give the Crazy Light a run. While the Sharp Blue colorway seems to be getting the most attention, I had the DRose version on my feet. Here’s a quick rundown of my initial impressions: * When holding the shoe in your hand, even in my size 13, it felt very light. It should have that same perceivable “wow factor” on shelves, in comparison to the shoes it will sit...
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