Posted by , Jun 13, 2016 at 05:06pm
Introducing the Crazylight 2016.

If you thought the Under Armour Curry 2 Low was a travesty, just wait until you feast your eyes on James Harden's shoes for next season.

Introducing the Adidas Crazylight 2016, which will be worn by Adidas' $200 million man, as well as Jeremy Lin and Kyle Lowry, next year.

Last season, Harden laced up the Crazylight Boost 2015 and they were roasted in similar fashion to the Curry 2 Lows, but this product is even worse than that IMHO.

Now it's not all doom and gloom for The Beard because these kicks feature the super comfy Boost technology from heel to toe, so from a functionality standpoint they should be good to go.

“When we first began to design Crazylight 2016, the goal was to bring full-length BOOST to a basketball shoe, something that’s never been done before,” said Brian Foresta, vice president of basketball design, adidas Basketball.  “We reengineered our entire approach to bring our industry leading technology as close to the foot as possible.  The result is a shoe that not only meets the demands of today’s on-court play, but has a style that players can rock off the court as well.”

In sum, they figure to be comfortable beyond belief but they are not easy on the eyes and everyone knows the old saying, "look good, play good." But, if you don't abide by that timeless phrase and are in it strictly for the comfort, you can score the Adidas Crazylight 2016 on July 2nd for $160.

“The Crazylight 2016 definitely lives up to the hype,” said James Harden, NBA all-star forward, Houston Rockets. “It’s really comfortable, performs well and has tremendous style. Designs like this and shoes built for my game are the reason why I came to adidas Basketball.” 

Adidas Officially Debuts James Harden's Sneakers For Next Season

Introducing the Crazylight 2016.


If you thought the Under Armour Curry 2 Low was a travesty, just wait until you feast your eyes on James Harden's shoes for next season.

Introducing the Adidas Crazylight 2016, which will be worn by Adidas' $200 million man, as well as Jeremy Lin and Kyle Lowry, next year.

Last season, Harden laced up the Crazylight Boost 2015 and they were roasted in similar fashion to the Curry 2 Lows, but this product is even worse than that IMHO.

Now it's not all doom and gloom for The Beard because these kicks feature the super comfy Boost technology from heel to toe, so from a functionality standpoint they should be good to go.

“When we first began to design Crazylight 2016, the goal was to bring full-length BOOST to a basketball shoe, something that’s never been done before,” said Brian Foresta, vice president of basketball design, adidas Basketball.  “We reengineered our entire approach to bring our industry leading technology as close to the foot as possible.  The result is a shoe that not only meets the demands of today’s on-court play, but has a style that players can rock off the court as well.”

In sum, they figure to be comfortable beyond belief but they are not easy on the eyes and everyone knows the old saying, "look good, play good." But, if you don't abide by that timeless phrase and are in it strictly for the comfort, you can score the Adidas Crazylight 2016 on July 2nd for $160.

“The Crazylight 2016 definitely lives up to the hype,” said James Harden, NBA all-star forward, Houston Rockets. “It’s really comfortable, performs well and has tremendous style. Designs like this and shoes built for my game are the reason why I came to adidas Basketball.” 

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