Foot Locker x adidas adiZero Crazy Light ‘The Difference’
“9.8 ounces is nothing. 9.8 ounces is everything.”
When you’ve got the lightest basketball shoe in the world, it’s okay to brag. adidas Basketball has designed the adidas adiZero Crazy Light so that it’s so slight you can barely feel them yet their distinctive Three Striped ankle collar ensures you can recognize them from afar. It’s these kinds of edges you’ll see emphasized in the new ‘The Difference’ video from Foot Locker and adidas, a clip starring Dwight Howard and young ballers Eric Gordon and Jrue Holiday plus the Rick James via MC Hammer-sampling music of Big Sean. Click through to watch the short and let us know if your team rocks the Crazy Light. Look out for the ‘Blackout’ edition of the adiZero Crazy Light hitting Foot Locker retailers this Friday.
the blackout cw is sick. I own a pair of crazy lights.. I have to say they performe very well, but as mentioned before they're definitely not the most comfortable shoes in the game.
These are the worst shoes ever made. Dereck Rose who was the poster boy for these shoes last year, during the playoffs roles his ankle in the first game he ever wore them and never wore them again. There's more important things when it comes to a basketball shoe than weight.
I found these socks in white and black on eBay. So sweet. Search adidas crazy light socks on eBay to get them.