Another adidas Crazylight Boost 2016 Colorway

If you haven’t already seen the adidas Crazylight Boost 2016, then you’re in for a treat. You can also view a detailed look at the James Harden PE CLB2016 in Nightwing’s video. However, we wanted to give you another look at an alternate colorway that just recently landed in our lap.


The shoe looks like it’s going to be a beast. This is the regular model; the high-end edition seems to have a Primeknit upper while the release model will be a Jacquard upper — which doesn’t stop it from being a good performance shoe. These darker-grey and medium grey colorways give players like James Harden, or the consumer, a multitude of options to pick from. Not only that, these kicks seems like they would not only perform well on-court but look good off-court also.

There have been a lot of tech upgrades since the CLB2015 and we’re all in. The Three Stripes definitely hasn’t been playing any games when it comes to stepping is game up, from the TPU heel cup on the foot case that gives better lockdown, to the full-length Boost cushion and the multi-directional Continental rubber outsole for superior traction, there’s no reason, on paper, that this shoe shouldn’t be in the top 15, better yet, top 10 performance shoes of the year.

In the meantime, bask in the images and let us know what you think of the upcoming adidas Crazylight Boost 2016 in the comments below.








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  1. i would like to se this color combination but reverse , with white upper , straight up all the way and black sole … that would be instant buy … at least two pairs

    1. Do you know if these could go through the washer. I agree that the white upper with the black sole mixed with white boost would look super clean. I just always wonder how to keep a white material like this clean. I know that they are a performer but I love to wear sneakers more than any other shoe.

  2. Nightwing , when si going to be review of these ? i have highly hope in these , have some feeling that they could be go to shoes for many ..

    1. Probably around or after the release date. No sense in reviewing something that no one can buy 🙂

  3. This version will fit a variety of foot shapes better since it uses a more traditional lace setup instead of a one piece.

  4. It looks like it has the potential to be one of the best bball shoes of all time assuming the traction, materials and footstay all perform how they look. The boost is a given so comfort is a no brainer. I only have 2 issues that i wish adidas would solve which stops me from even trying this shoe out. Why do they keep making there flagship team model in low tops only for the public. And when are we gonna get colored boost??? White is gettin old and shows wear and tear.

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