Get Up Close and Personal with the adidas CrazyLight Boost 2016 ASU Edition


The latest CrazyLight Boost 2016 drops Friday and pays tribute to James Harden’s alma mater Arizona State University.

If you wanted to get up close and personal with the kicks prior to their September 2nd release then you’ll definitely want to check the images below. Retail is $130, and the shoes look beautiful. Looks like Continental rubber will not be featured here, but traction will still be solid indoors.

For those looking for court feel without sacrificing impact protection, the CrazyLight Boost 2016 is the shoe for you.

Enjoy the up close and personal look below, and let us know if you plan on grabbing a pair. Also, if you’ve played in the CL Boost ’16, share your experience with the in the comment section.

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7 Comments

  1. See the crazy explosive low? I think they nicer them the crazylights. Hope y’all do a review on then

  2. Got the Solar Reds on Sunday and have had an awesome experience so far (6’5″ and 195 lbs with a size 13 foot). I actually felt like the forefoot Boost was more plush and bouncy than the D Rose 6. They somehow feel lower to the ground even though the cushion actually felt better than the Rose 6.

    Some people have complained of heel slippage, but I haven’t had any at all going TTS. It did feel weird though at first since the heel is so low, lower than any other shoe I own tbh. I thought this was my heel slipping when I tried them on, but once I started playing, I realized it was just that the sensation of the heel cup being so low wasn’t something I had really ever felt before in a hoops shoe. Lockdown was above average…for my foot at least.

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