Last Friday, Adidas launched their newest pair of basketball shoes, the adiZero Crazylight. They are touting it as the lightest shoe yet, with every reason to do so: the Crazylight weighs in at 9.8 ounces, said to be 15% lighter than its competitor. With less weight, players should be able to move faster, hence a better performance on court.
Among others, The adiZero Crazy Light features the revolutionary new sprintweb exoskeleton upper, which is less than 1mm thick and is seamlessly bonded to a nylon textile base. This significantly reduces weight and provides increased support and strength. The web layout of the materials provides vertical and horizontal strength to give players optimum support for any cutting motion.
It also features the sprintframe external heel counter and torsion system. Bonded together, they allow maximum weight reduction, energy return and motion control. The upper is made with translucent nylon to further decrease weight and give players nearly 360 degrees of ventilated comfort.
Enough of the talk. Check out the photos below!
The adiZero Crazylight becomes available Friday, 3 June 2011. It's yours for P6,995.