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adidas Crazy Light 2 Low – June 2013 Releases

June 16, 2013 BY / 1

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adidas Basketball continues to impress with their onslaught of summer releases. With a lot of attention on the adidas Crazyquick collection, a shoe that stresses the importance of lightweight footwear for guards, many may have forgotten about the precursor: the adidas Crazy Light 2. The low-top version takes the technological strides made in the adiZero Crazy Light 2 and cuts it down to a low model, but improves the ankle support with a superior ankle collar padding. Also noticeably different is the movement of the three stripes to the shoe’s side panel. The adiZero Crazy Light 2 Low comes in two new coloways: a scarlet/black seen on the feet of 2013 National Champions the Louisville Cardinals, and black/yellow. Find more images of the new release after the jump.


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