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Solid shoe. Runs 1/2 size large. I have a very wide foot and the forefoot was sufficiently accommodating. Traction is better on the d Lillard 2 when dust is present, as opposed to the 2.0 due to the different traction pattern on the crazylight boost mid/outsole. Due to the material used in the bootie, I experienced some heel slipping to start, but once the material roughened up a bit and I broke the shoe in it was fine. You're probably not going to get better performance or materials for the price, boost is amazing--if only it was full length.
Great shoe, low comfortable ride Played ball with it for hours, never felt any pain in my knees and ankles. Boost cushion is "the beast". The primeknit material didn't require the usual break in time. A little long though, but I went a half size down and it was just right.
The primeknit is extremely comfortable, breathable, and great looking. The lockdown of the shoe, as far as width, is exceptional; you truly feel your foot enveloped by the sock structure. The only problem for me is the length; I felt there was a little too much space in the toe box. If I had a chance, I would have gone a half size lower, since the shoe is starting to break in, and now it feels more roomy. I like the boost in the heel, but it does feel a little strange not having it in the forefoot. Overall a great shoe, especially for the price, which is excellent.
Too bad J. Wall didnt rock these during ASW because these were hands down the best shoe to come out next to the James Harden. The Prime Knit is flawless, a very comfortable shoe and by far the best silhouette of the bunch that was released.
All I wear is Adidas but I have to admit that most of there basketball shoes lack the comfort and performance I desire. I always wanted some boost basketball shoes but I don't like the way the d roses or crazy light boosts look. These have good style and are the most comfortable shoes I've ever played with. They perform well as well. I haven't had any heel slippage or loss of grip on the court. I would highly recommend these. The only thint I'm disappointed in is the color choice. Adidas should make these in more popular colors.
Bought these yesterday and awsome gameplay from me just an more improved version of the 2015 version when euro-STEPPING in these i feel like game 6 in the semi-finals[THE WORDS ARE IN A EXCITEMENT VOICE} ........... #ANOTHER ONE
First things first - go 1/2 size down. Yea, standard awkward Adidas fit. But once you get that resolved, the fit is absolutely amazing. I questioned the "update" from the Crazy Light Boost 2015 to the 2.5 but as soon as you put it on, you'll realize why. The ankle portion of the shoe is like a sock and it just hugs everything around it. The shoe literally feels as if engineers designed a shoe just for my feet!
These shoes caught my eye from the moment I saw them on another site. I quickly bought them, anticipating my very first pair of lowtops that I actually would hoop in. The Primeknit upper and Boost Cushioning are the standout technical/ cosmetic features of this shoe. The asymmetrical lacing and "burrito wrap" design aid in stability. Forefoot cushioning is probably the reason I rate the shoe just shy of 5 stars. Even though I'm 33 and far removed from youthful condition, my knees hadn't ached after playing until wearing these. Once I threw in some PU insoles, however, this changed and I fell in love again. If you want a shoe that looks uniquely beautiful, this shoe is for you. If you want a shoe with function that matches the form, (buy an insole and then) this shoe is for you.