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adidas Crazy Light 3 – Blue – Neon

June 20, 2013 BY / 1

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As we’ve seen with the Nike Basketball Hyper- extended family and some of Jordan Brand’s performance footwear, the desire for featherweight on-court support has led to a design convergence centered around seamless synthetics. This is also true of Three Stripes’ roundball division, where their latest effort is the third in a series that shares clearly defined DNA. The adidas Crazy Light 3 keeps with the same SprintFrame upper/SprintWeb sole support combo that’s been with us for a couple of years now, which is part of why some have noted the 3’s similarities to the Crazy Light 2. Have a closer look below to notice the new edition’s subtle nuances and stick with Sneaker News for the Crazy Light 3 release dates.


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