adidas D Lillard 2 Gets Multicolored for March Madness

adidas has some big plans for March Madness, and one of their heavy hitters will be the upcoming multicolored adidas D Lillard 2.

These will feature a PrimeKnit multicolored upper (and laces) that represent all adidas sponsored Universities partaking in this months events. The Crazy Light Boost 2015 tooling is used once again, along with a chrome heel counter and translucent outsole.

If you like what you see then be prepared as these are going to be made available this weekend on March 4 for $115.

adidas D Lillard 2 Gets Multicolored for March Madness 2 copy



  1. So sick… Until the tooling. Haven’t bought a Lillard pair yet and if I do, I’d want to try the bounce setup.

  2. I am guessing Lilard and other NBA players prefer the Crazylight Boost setup versus the Bounce. I am waiting for either restock of the “Home”restock or more options on miadidas. Although my white and blue sole customisation is cool enough to rock casual.

    1. Cushion-wise, I would also prefer the Boost over Bounce. Traction on the otherhand, I would stick with the ones on the Bounce setup. my CLB2015 Boost are pretty much done after 5-6 months of wear. the traction patterns are just too thin and shallow to last and they do slide from time to time nowadays.

      1. also, I’m getting the Bounce version for the sake of experiencing Bounce and also the C/W on those are just sick.

      2. That’s why there’s a cl 2.5 . Adidas uses the continental tire rubber soles on the Lillards, crazy lights, and most likely that Andrew Wiggins crazy explosion that was leaked a few months ago.

        1. I’m not so sure what changes are on the CL2.5, but personally it could only be aesthetic rather than some significant change with the shoe. the traction pattern is still pretty much the same and the rubber compound does not look any different. personally, it looked like a second pair for Lillard with a different setup than the bounce.

    2. Lillard has only played in Colorways with Bounce so I’m thinking that assertion is not correct. Actually I don’t believe any players how worn a boost version this season.

  3. Nike’s multi-color flyknit > these Lillard multi-color (looks way too dark). And why does Adidas have to use boost for their prime knit version?

    1. I think they believe it adds to the premium feel, which it might have if it was full-length(or forefoot/heel Boost), just the heel cube though is quite a ‘frugal gift’.

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