Evangelion x adidas Crazy Fast

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Craziness has utterly permeated the adidas Basketball lineup.  Whether it’s in a figurative sense in praise of their innovative lightweight designs or literally in terms of the nomenclature, there’s quite a bit of ‘Crazy’ in the Three Stripes roundball catalog these days.  This upcoming season, we can expect to see the Crazy Light 3 joined by the Crazy Ghost and Crazy Shadow 2 as well as this model carrying over from the 2012-13 campaign.  The adias Crazy Fast came onto the scene earlier this year with bold patterned colorways and today we see in collaboration with the popular anime franchise Neon Genesis Evangelion.  The graphics and textures on this Day of the Dead-ish colorway take it to a whole ‘nother level, as is the case with the collectability factor on this presumably Japanese exclusive.  Let us know how these compare to some of the other kicks we’ve seen with anime/manga tie-ins and stick with Sneaker News for the latest.


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Nonhyped
Nonhyped

Noooooooo, this shoe is missing the Eva-01 graphics :(

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