words // Brandon Richard
Today, adidas officially launches its newest basketball performance model — the Crazyquick.
Debuted by Washington Wizards point guard John Wall and March and currently being worn by adidas athletes in the NBA Playoffs, the Crazyquick features four quick zones in the outsole that work with the shoe’s stretch TECHFIT upper to provide maximum traction and flexibility for quick on-court movements. Flexibility and direction of the herringbone traction and 17 diverging pods play specific roles in making players quicker.
There’s also a padded collar and textile lining for added comfort. SprintFrame construction provides stability and speed through geometrical research to create a lightweight and supportive basketball chassis. A PureMotion midsole mimics your foot’s natural motion.
Five colorways of these new adidas basketball shoes, including Wall’s Player Edition style, are available to purchase today.
For more insight on the Crazyquick from a player’s perspective, check out our one-on-one interview with John Wall.
Available: adidas adiPure Crazyquick