• Kicksology // adidas Crazyquick Performance Review

Kicksology // adidas Crazyquick Performance Review

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words // Nick DePaula images // Jotham Porzio as published in iPad Issue 18 : The Kicksology Issue Just like the old basketball sneaker review phrase that nobody ever keeps track of always goes, “No two feet are alike, and no two reviewers weigh things quite the same.” Or something like that. With that in mind, and what I'm ultimately getting at, is while there was a lot to like about the new Crazyquick from adidas, there's one huge disclaimer that kind of ruined the shoe for me. I really value cushioning a lot, more than most people probably, and there's pretty much zero forefoot cushioning in these. It might not be a deal breaker for you, but it certainly was for me. That, in addition to the pretty hard-to-justify $140 price tag, makes the Crazyquick tough to recommend. But, if you're really into the things that the Crazyquick kills it on, then they might be worth checking out. As I mentioned, the cushioning is really frustrating because there isn't any up front. The heel feels soft enough, thanks to a slab of foam that compresses well with some nice radiused sculpting, but up front, you'll be feeling every last zone of firmness. Because the shoe sits so low and is deeply segmented throughout, ...
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