You can browse this site without having JavaScript enabled, but to experience the full benefits of the site, please enable JavaScript.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Men's adidas Basketball Shoes
Damian Lillard Adipure Crazyquick 2.0 Shoes
Mid Grey/Light Scarlet (G98406)
Size Chart
+ Save To Wishlist

Rated 5 out of 5 by john wall color way These shoes were comfy and stylish. They have egret traction with 17 herringbones. I suggest John wall color way April 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Best Style ever June 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Performance Sneaker Ever! I just bought my third pair of Crazyquick2 last week. Personally i fell this is THE best performance sneaker ever made. Perfect lockdown you feet, nothing wrong with cushioning setup and best traction i ever felt since Air Jordan 13. July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great shoes For $65 these shoes are definitely worth it. I'd pay the full $130 if I had too (thank goodness I didn't). Very comfortable and very light. I owned the crazy lights from Adidas and it is by far the worst basketball shoes ever. Gave Adidas another chance and they did a tremendous job on style and comfort with these shoes. Highly recommend! July 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent but read Being a wide footer I would recommend trying on before buying , excellent shoe and is getting constant rotation and will use most of this season. Better than the 1st model , I own both colorways but the John Wall colorway is a head turner. July 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best BANG for you buck! This is a good pair of 'indoor' basketball shoes. You probably couldn't go wrong with the Crazyquick 2's, especially in this sick colorway! This model is similar to Adidas's D'Rose 4.5 (exterior design and performance wise). I personally prefer this design over the 4.5's though. But the shoe doesn't waste material on the outsole as it brings back the similar shape of Adidas's Crazyquick1's outsole design. Like the Crazyquick1's you still get the low-to court feel due to its thin, but well supported insole. So if you like that, then you'll really enjoy these! The only thing I would have done differently was with the sizing of the shoe. Adidas shoes tend to run slim and long. My foot size is about a 7.5 so I usually wear 8. With this shoe, I ordered an 8, and upon trying it on, it was quite slim (the width) and I still has a little toe space. After trying it on with a pair of performance socks (thicker than the original ankle socks I tried it on with) they stemmed to fit fine. Other than the slight 'clown-shoe' affect that it gives me, I have no problem with the sizing. The insole feels amazing and offers a good amount of support even for being quite thin. It's nothing compared to the support and cushion of the lunarlon in my Kobe 8's, but I can still ball in these. Still a great pair of shoes! And with the price literally cut in half ($65 now), you can't go wrong with picking up a pair of these! July 7, 2014
1-6 of 6