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They came in quick when I needed it, and when I ordered the wrong size, the return was quick and easy and I got the right size in 2 days. Fit great and look better than expected. Definitely go a size bigger if you are doubting yourself. Nice job ADIDAS.
These shoes live up to the standards and reviews everyone has said before. There are a few issues that I have, which may or may not be a deal breaker. I went down a size which is perfect length and width now, but there is still heel slippage. My friends have the same shoe and also encounter the back part of the shoe slipping while playing. The loose back seems to also affect the shoe laces loosening up. I like my shoes nice and snug and hate to stop to retie my laces. The biggest issue with the white shoes is that Adidas did not use continental rubber for the sole. At first the traction does its job, but eventually you'll find yourself wiping the bottom every other possession in the game. This is annoying! Overall these shoes are great though. For its price, there really isn't anything that can argue with it unless you grab the Crazy Explosives. If you're looking for a low top shoe that gives you the freedom to move like a guard and so hard cuts, this is your shoe. The boost sole is also super comfortable and works for impact protection.
Not your typical tennis shoe that feels like cinder blocks strapped to your feet. Let's face it, most "tennis" shoes suck because they are so darn heavy and severely inhibit one's mobility. I've been through the gamut of tennis shoes and have found these to closest resemble a lightweight running shoe yet simultaneously provide the stability and durability of a heavy court shoe. Adidas has done a fine job engineering this particular iteration of tennis shoes. I'm hopeful that future versions will take on similar design qualities and characteristics.
I was skeptical on buying these shoes at first, but decided I would get them to use as shoes to practice in this season. The moment I opened them up I was in love! I am a huge fan of all white shoes and the color is great, the look is great and they feel awesome! They are a little tight but I have yet to break them in! Totally would buy again.
I have wide feet, and one is especially wide because of a foot bump, but these cleats fit perfectly. I do have to wear the left one unlaced(because of the bump), but it stays on excellently and you could probably run both unlaced and be fine. The only issue I have is getting them on, but that can be solved by using a shoe horn. Feel for the ball is great, but you still have a little padding so shots don't hurt. My only concern is durability, and that is because I haven't had them long so I cant say anything about it. They are holding up perfectly after about 30 hours of use. Only took about 20 mins to break in. I would absolutely recommend these to anyone who can't spend 2 or 3 hundred but wants high end cleats.
Cant say enough good things about them. A great running shoe. My knees and legs love them. No pain or discomfort after a good run. Thats coming from someone with a hx of knee pain. I guess im a girl who is officially in love with mens running shoes.
The fit and touch of this product are amazing. The lockdown is its downfall. I've played with them in both AG and FG and even though the fit in the length and width are very good my foot moves from the foot bed every time i make a quick cut or change in direction. I don't understand why the laces don't do their job. If the lockdown could somehow be fixed then my opinion on these boots would change completely. I'm very sad to say that i would not recommend them.
The cushioning are A1, looks great. Overall i'm pretty satisfy with the shoes. But, i suggest to go full size down, i went half size down the first time, and they were still long, so i went down a full size, it will get a better lock down.
This is a very nice looking cleat, if you're looking to standout this will do. I experienced almost no blistering in the first week, and enjoyed the comfort. But after a week or so of training, the skin on top started to peel, and split from the sole. I was disappointed in that. But otherwise, great touch and feel for the ball. I'd most likely recommend to a friend with no budget.
Feels comfortable generally with the exception that it was tight and caused my heel to rub and hurt after playing a game. I wear a size 9.5 generally and bought this 1/2 size up but still had this problem. Good shoes though. Metallic Silver orange looked stunning on my feet. Would recommend but by at least a half size up
I love these. Ever since I started soccer I've been buying adidas cleats because I can always rely on them. And this time they've outdone themselves. I'm a striker and these cleats make it so easy to manuever around defenders and such. They're very lightweight, and very easy to put on. Very comfortable too. The quality is just perfect, you know theyre not gonna rip. I would definitely recommend these to my friends
I really liked them for the 10 days I had them. Easily my favorite boot ive worn and first pair I have bought. Sadly only had them for 10 days until they were stolen from my house and now waiting until my size is in to possibly order again but with a college budget we will see. Loved them.
Durability - After only two 2-hour practice sessions and one 90-minute game, separation from the soleplate and toe-box is already occurring. $200 is a steep price to pay for something that doesn't last. Comfort - The toe box area was too narrow and my feet started hurting after about 60 minutes.
Adidas people PLEASE make a wide version of these shoes! They look great and all the poeple seem to like them! I love them but I have a very wide feet and does not fit me/I have a big problem finding shoes to fit me/! I am sure there are other people with the same problem!
This is by far the best pair of basketball shoes I've worn to this date (I've had Jordan28 / 29, D Rose6, Curry 2.. just to name a few). The cushion is a bit firmer compared to DRose 6, but it gives you better court feel, and feels lower to the ground. These are perfect shoes for guards. Love it! Highly recommended!!!, Thanks Adidas!
I actually love the shoe and it's by my favorite athlete/basketball player. My only problem is that it's too narrow for wide feet. Although I've only walkyd around in it for an hour I guess you can say I haven't really broken it in. Hopefully that's the case.
The shoe is great, I always feel a bit of sore under my patella when I land in my previous shoes but I have none in the crazylight 2016. However I really dissapointed by Adidas Indonesia since they sell this shoe only in it's white on white colorway and the price is around $250. it's more than a double than the original price in the US. Adidas should do better pricing strategy since it's way more expensive than the rival signature brand.
This is by far Adidas best basketball shoe to date. You get the cushion of the Crazy explosive in the heel and the crazylight feel in the forefoot which is Perfect. Superb traction and amazing all around comfort from the soles of your feet to up around the ankle area. D Rose is definitely going to be back in MVP form because of this shoe. It isn't the highest priced bball shoe for no reason...
Comfortable shoe. Put in many miles. I've always been a fan of adidas running shoes and consistently have bought them for physical training in the US Army. I've had a pair last almost a year with no issues. I have had these shoes for about three months and they have blown out in three places on my left shoe, making them unserivceable to do training in. Its a shame i spent so much and enjoyed them but they lasted such a short amount of time.
Truly pains me that I had to return these due to inconsistent sizing and fit. The left shoe fit great but the right was way off. Traction and cushion were all time. I had the most issues with the shallow heel cup and the lacing was a bit off for me. Really too bad because these are one of the most comfortable hoop shoes I've ever put on. Lock down was just a little too unstable for me personally. If the ankle collar was just 2 cm higher in the heel, I think they would've been perfect.
These are my first pair of dedicated powerlifting shoes. If you're considering lifting in normal shoes (or running shoes like I was) or trying lifting shoes, make no mistake. I'm never going back. The Powerlift 3.0s allow me to get into a squat position thats safer and gives me more strength.
The look and comfort of this shoe are both great. However, I have had my foot completely slip out of the shoe THREE times while making cuts in a basketball game. I tied them tighter and it still happened. That is the sign of a flawed product when it comes to performance.
Adidas Crazylight Boost low is by far the best basketball shoe ive played in. Now, Iam not a hooper but i do play rec and with Friends. The quality of the shoe is great and the bost is felt during play. Pretty good traction, very comfotable, and your feet Will not Hurt afterwards. The only problem is the fit of The shoe, you need to go half a size down. Other than that you Will get your moneys worth, HANDS DOWN.
Great low top shoe. Full length boost provided solid cushioning and the upper of the shoe fits very comfortably and snug. The continental rubber used on the sole makes for excellent traction. Beware, the shoe runs half a size to a full size too big. So if you wear an 11, go ahead and get a 10 or 10 1/2
Not sure why people are so in love with this shoe. The Crazylight Boost Low 2016 is definitely an above average shoe (especially for how much it costs in comparison to competitors). Pros: Boost- very comfortable-- different feel from Ultra BOOST because the BOOST is more dense and compacted Traction- A1, awesome/great/phenomenal. The use of continental rubber definitely helps and makes it more the outsole more sticky and durable Material: Jacquard is very durable and definitely better than most fused uppers. Flexible and soft enough to provide comfort and durable enough to not tear or rip easily. Cons: Lockdown- HORRIBLE. Lots of heel slippage when walking, running, and jumping. I thought lockdown would be a given in 2016 for any basketball shoe (even if it's a low top because they do exist) Fit- WTH?! 1. The shoe is outrageously extra long so going down a half size is actually like going up a half size in a normal shoe. If you go down a FULL size in the Crazylight BOOST 2016 then you're actually getting your normal size that you would purchase for any other shoe (I hope that makes sense) 2. There is only 4 lace holes/ eyelets! Why adidas did this is beyond me and it doesn't make sense. I don't think that is related to any heel slippage, but rather having only 4 lace holes doesn't keep the foot from sliding around in the shoe and keeping the shoe molded/hugging your foot. It's very abnormal to only have 4 lace holes when most others shoes average 6-8 lace holes which seems to get the job done lockdown wise. Overall, I would still consider this shoe to be above average because of the great traction (which you can't find in a lot of shoes out there for some reason) and because of the BOOST which makes it a very comfortable shoe and great for absorbing impact. I gave the shoe 3 starts because it's an above average low top basketball shoe, but lacks a very effective lockdown which is essential to me because if a basketball shoe doesn't have great lockdown then I might as well play in tennis shoes.