Back in April, adidas re-released Keyshawn Johnson's Key Trainer to the delight of O.G. 'heads (and Jets fans). The Three Stripes is back to reissue another one of its late '90s signatures by way of the Crazy 2. The hoops shoe, formerly called the KB8 II, debuted in 1998 and was originally Kobe Bryant's second signature sneaker when he was signed to adidas.

The O.G. "Purple/White" and "Black/Purple" colorways—Lakers-inspired, obviously—are set to make a return next month.

The Crazy 2 boasts a bold design that features a wavy, contoured-like mold that makes it the perfect sneaker for both indoor and outdoor use. The sneakers are also equipped with adidas' Feet You Wear technology for max support.

Relive late '90s basketball and pick up a pair of these when they drop on July 1 at adidas.com. The Crazy 2 will run you $125.