This will be my first adidas sneaker to review here on Kicksologists and i’m glad it’s on this pair, the adidas Crazyquick. adidas hasn’t the best of luck regarding their main star Derrick Rose, as he is sidelined once again. His signature line has lost much momentum since his injury, but that doesn’t mean that adidas tech isn’t on point. With the adidas Crazyquick, you got key features such as SprintFrame, low-profile EVA cushion, the latest Puremotion setup, and my favorite of them all, adidas TechFit upper.
The adidas Crazyquick screams control from the minute you put it on. Control as in full control over your movements due to the natural segmented sole and low-profile cushion and set-up. This is as minimal as I have ever gotten on a shoe without going into the runner category. Not a bad thing if you’re a guard who loves sprinting around, aggressive on cuts and defense, and well, pretty much everything else. The adidas TechFit upper is marvelous. Something that Nike hasn’t made is a synthetic upper like TechFit that almost fits like a compression elbow sleeve, except it’s on your foot. It wraps around my foot so well leaving no dead space whatsoever. Okay, I think I gave you all too much info so i’ll end it right here.
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