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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 174 reviewers.
Men's adidas Basketball Shoes
Adipure Crazyquick Shoes
Warm Red/Running White (G66422)
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Crazy quick I bought the crazy quick shoes and before I bought these shoes I had the aidzero. And those shoes helped but wasn't giving the quickness I need. But now that I have the crazy quick, it gives me easier access the cut,drive-in, and quickness to get open to shoot those J's. they give me good ankle support, but if your one of those guys who need cushion in there shoes, these shoes are not recommend in my opinion. But these shoes do have that flexibility that give you overall advantage over your opponent that keep them on there toes but give you comfort. These shoes are the best shoes I got and highly recommend to anyone! June 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AWESOME!! OK it has great style, definitly a shoe i would show off. the grip is matched by no other, stop on a dime and explode like a bomb! the 17 flex zones really affect your game.. you can feel the difference between this shoe and another, like the hyperdunks... this shoe allows your foot to act naturally and flex in feels great... its light, supportive, grips great, looks amazing, and a quality shoe... honestly i have to say its the best shoe ive evr worn!! April 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by And Then, Along Came Electric YELLOW What I expected was speed, comfort, the ability to maneuver at will and and the “cool factor.” When the fans start to point and ask each other, “What has he got on? Wow, they are so cool.” Then your sporting the “cool factor.” Until that afternoon, I had two other pairs of the Crazyquicks. Silver and black/red. Greatest shoe ever made. Plain and simple. I have diabetic feet; with Crazyquicks I’m not wearing basketball shoes, I’m wearing slippers. Then the box opened with the roar of the FedEx truck leaving in the background provided the proper ambience. I expected to see yellow, after all, I ordered yellow. What I didn’t expect was to see was a pair of fast cutting, extra light, Crazyquicks “glowing” at me. Almost making me squint. Then that squint turned to a slight smile, the one with a curled lip. Already I saw tonight's game laid out in front of me. Oh, I must not forget, we were playing the formidable Tommy Morton. Tommy was 6’7”, 260, and in his spare time, he was a pillar down at the shopping center. And since he was there anyway, he might a well play security guard. Tommy couldn’t jump very high. He simply stretched up, slapped a few fingers around the ball. If a few heads were in the way, they were rebounded too. As I approached Tommy before our contest, I saw something I had never seen before: Tommy appeared to be fighting it. He tried to hide it, but it was there, he was slightly intimidated by the flash of yellow that supported my six foot frame. The game began with Tommy missing the jump ball entirely. I grabbed it -- game on! The strangest thing happened. Apparently our small forward lost a contact during the hassle for the jump ball. Now he was down on hands and knees, one eye closed, trying to spot the elusive piece of silicone, or whatever contacts are made of. Poor Tommy, as he backed up, he never saw the competitions' usual horizontal position. I will say one thing, though, 911 was there fast. It seems Tommy braced himself for the tumble with a perfectly outstretched arm. Two quick pops in his shoulder and Tommy was now two ligaments short of the required four. As he was carted off toward the ambulance, I knew just how he felt. I had two ligaments snap as I tried to learn to heely. I turned to my horizontal friend, “Find your contact?” “The more I think about it, the more I think I left them home... ” Hmmm. Three pair of Crazyquicks. One pair a bit brighter than the others. I think I have enough colors now. August 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by But when you're Crazyquick, man. Quick ain't fair. Truthfully, I've only used them a few times, so not a lot to go off of yet. However, they've certainly lived up to their hype. At least for me. Very light. Great tread for stoppin' on a dime, changing speed and direction, and overall improving my confidence on the court. Was a little worried my braces wouldn't fit in them, but I made it work. The braces may inhibit some of the performance I get out of them, but still solid with. The colorway ain't too bad either! Already getting compliments out there on the court. Would like to see some of the other colors like they got internationally. May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by quick ain't fair In a league of fast guards, being quick is what makes my game unique. The technology behind the Crazyquick is totally different than anything I’ve ever worn. The Crazyquick gives me a big advantage, whether its stopping, changing direction or accelerating. It really changes the game for me. It makes me quicker, and I’m already known for being quick. April 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dissapointed First of all, I was expecting this shoe to have a ton of grip. But the hype seemed to be false, I found the grip less than average and the lateral grip was just ok. The sprint frame stabs into my ankle making it very unconfortable and my ankles still hurt even after I take it off. The cushioning is poor, I didn't expect it to be that great but it is still bad. The ventilation is even worse, and it doesn't matter how tight I tie the shoes my feet never really feel completely secure. And it is also very hard to put the shoe on because it pretty much does not have a tounge at all. I was just expecting so much more, but ended up very dissapointed. July 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing shoe This is one of those shoes that is so good it's hard to believe. Soooo light. Great support. You look at the shoe and hold it and would think the support would be pathetic. Wrong. Traction is stupid good. 2 things though. I wish the foam was just a TINY bit softer but I am sure with break in it will be fine. Biggest concern...multiple labels warning materials might wear. I hope this shoe doesn't have stuff pealing away. $140 you hope it lasts. But overall an amazing piece of a basketball footwear technology. Awesome... May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase I am an ex division 1 BBall player, but now as an older athlete and a tournament racquetball (A division) player I wear bball shoes while playing, and these are nice, lite with great support. Plus they look good! The material is different very flexible, which makes the shoe more comfortable over long periods of competitive tournament racquetball (I can play for 2 to 3 hours easy)! December 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by High Quality Shoes for the Price First off, props to Adidas for sending the shoes in 2 days through standard shipping. I've been playing in these for about 2 weeks. The break-in period appears to be about a week or so. The grip was above average; great lateral and forward grip, but not the best grip I've ever had. There was a few major slips at first, but after a number of games the sole broke in and was fine after that. Like other people are saying the ankle cuff does tend to cut into the ankle, so wear them loose and be patient to break in the material. Cushioning was OK, but for guards like me I prefer the minimal cushioning to get a lower to the ground feel, which this shoe offers. March 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Shoes For Hooping In Worn them straight out of the box with no issues. Feel great on the feet, lightweight, responsive, great control, good support. Would be great for any guard/small forward, not sure if they have the cushion for a hefty big man. Highly recommended. May 11, 2013
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