August 30, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 14
adidas garnered a bunch of attention this summer with their Crazy Light basketball sneaker. At 9.8 oz, it’s the lightest basketball shoe on the market, but this has proved an opportunity for rivals to attack the model, citing its relative lack of ankle support. But in the spirit of ‘any is good’ with regard to publicity, the Brand With the Three Stripes is doing anything but backing down, their adidas Stupidly Light a slap to the face of smacktalkers. These joints feature a similarly slight, heavily ventilated upper design, and they’re now available in a wide array of team-oriented colorways at Eastbay.
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this shoes are just yto narrow , and dont know why someone would buy these .. hard as fuck , these should be taken of the shelf ....
The Crazy lights have a support issue (That is why they are so LIGHT!) It is a design flaw. The STUPIDLY LIGHTS came out to correct this issue at 13. Whatever ounces.
They're great. I have them and it feels alot better than my old Hyperizes. I would rather get these than the CrazyLights.
I remember this Adidas kobe shoes those wer ugly as F*ck!!! But I would get these shoes but yea I hav sprained my ankle bad in Adidas but then again its anyone that can do that if they jump n land awkward I seen a real skinny dude land wrong in the new lebrons n those r suppose to be good shoes
Hpw kobe gonna talk smack on Adidas when A. That was his first sponsorship and B. His goofy Kobe's are like the ankle break king's of bball shoes out right now
Its nice but i wont still buy adidas the pro model adidas twisted my ankle twice when i switch to nike i nver sprain my ankle any more... But its quite tempting...
Don't blame the sneaker. You can hurt your ankle in ANY shoe. That's the lamest, childish excuse for wearing Nikes I've ever heard.