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adidas CrazyQuick 2 Grey/ White – Red

With one colorway already revealed, this new Grey/ White – Red colorway of the adidas CrazyQuick is looking very sleek.

Reminds me a bit of the Rose ‘Home’ colorway and I’m loving the speckled midsole. The material change looks to beef up the support a little so maybe we’ll see Damian Lillard wear these along with Brand mate John Wall.

Take a look and share your thoughts in the comment section below.

adidas CrazyQuick 2 Grey: White - Red

Via AK

  1. looks like a geofit collar, flex grooves on the shoe matches the grooves on the puremotion for great flexibility, and it looks like a mesh under the supportive material for ventilation.. and the sprint frame cut down like the rose 4. looks like a performance beast. can’t wait for this shoe to drop!

  2. it looks a lot nicer. the black section on the sole makes me think that it could be dual layer density which i love.

  3. I just picked up the first crazyquicks for $50 and they play great. I’m excited to see if they changed the rubber at all to make it more durable.

      1. Got them at a foot locker house of hoops. A lot of times they have better sales in store than online especially for Adidas models.

  4. Oh man, they’re still using first-gen PureMotion on the CrazyQuick2. At least make them more durable…

          1. I’m pretty sure the CrazyQuick 1 isn’t first gen Puremotion. I’m pretty sure it’s Puremotion 2.0, as older model Adidas shoes a few years ago used the original Puremotion. I think that is what Jeffr3 is talking about.

  5. I also don’t understand why they don’t make the traction more durable. I thought they were going to start doing that after seeing it done on the DRose 4s. I’m sure that their sales would go up if they made the traction a little more durable. It doesn’t have to be insanely durable like their older shoes, but they should at least make it somewhat durable so more outdoor ballers can buy them.

    If they don’t want to do that and they want this to be a strictly indoor only shoe, why not release another model with Puremotion 2.0 that is geared for outdoors? Surely there would be a market for it?

    Would a more durable traction not work with this shoe? Would that greatly affect the performance of the Puremotion 2.0 outsole at all?

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