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adidas adiZero Crazy Light 3

July 2nd, 2013 by / 3

Don’t forget that “Light” is on the long list of things that adidas is crazy about. Proving that once again is the official unveiling of this, the new adidas Crazy Light 3, a sneaker that weighs in at 9.4 ounces. Considerations have been made, with plenty more cuhsioning and support embedded in the ankle area for this go-round. The shoes won’t have to wait until the NBA season to get in gear either-you can spot them on the feet of adidas athletes like Ricky Rubio, Mike Conley Jr. and Jrue Holiday during this Summer’s adidas Quick vs. Fast tour in China. Take a full look at the new adidas Crazy Light 3 after the jump and watch for the sneakers to make their debut in ten colorays on August 1st for $140.

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a low version of this should be release.....


looking alot like the APL concept 3's... i really think adidas needs more range in the look of their shoes they all look the same to me


hmmmmmm. adidas is doing a good job but they need to do much better to catch up how nike is doing...

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