The adidas Crazy Light 2 was ranked as one of Sneaker Report's 25 Best Basketball Releases of 2012, and it remains a solid option in 2013. Constructed of a synthetic leather upper for durability and light weight, the Crazy Light 2 features both Sprintframe and Sprintweb tech for support. Sprintframe offers stability through geometrical research, resulting in a supportive chassis. Meanwhile, Sprintweb is a welded layer with ventilation zones for prime breathability. The compression-molded EVA midsole is soft and lightweight, while a textile lining provides comfort and fights irritation. A non-marking rubber outsole has been enhanced with a durable traction pattern to provide grip indoors and outdoors, though these are best on the hardwood. Due to their light weight properties and ample stability, they are a suitable choice for players of all sizes and positions. Check out the adidas Crazy Light 2 today.

Best For: Ballers seeking a light and quick option with plenty of stability

Category: Basketball
Weight: 9.5 oz
Platform: Non-marking rubber outsole, Sprintframe and Sprintweb for stability
Construction: Synthetic leather upper
Release Date: Now available

Key Technologies: Sprintframe, Sprintweb, miCoach compatible
Midsole: Compression-molded EVA
Outsole: Non-marking rubber with enhanced traction pattern

Best Uses: Indoor basketball, any position
Fit: True to size


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