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    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

    Crazy Light 4 Boost Out Now In Philippines, featured In Titan Trial Run Performance Test, Ballers Liked The Shoes, Check Out The Shoe Details Here!

    By BallersPinas

    Very comfortable, very responsive, and has great cushioning. Those are thing the prevailing characteristics that I got as feedbacks coming from chosen ballers who attended and participated at the adidas Crazy Light Boost - Titan Trial Run last Saturday action packed morning (7:30 am-9:30am) at the Treston International School in Bonifacio Global City Taguig.

    The Ballers, from guards to big men all wore the new Crazy Light Boost not only to test their skills against each other, but also to test the performance of the #GameChanger basketball shoes. I was there to witness every bit of the action, from the killer basketball drills up to the entertaining scrimmage game.

    Selected players from the Titan Players Club got to experience the Crazylight Boost first hand

    Big Players got the chance to test out the adidas Crazylight Boost in a competitive game

    The guards also did some hard cuts to the basket while wearing the shoes 

    Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers will be gearing up with this baby for this season

    The Ballers Listen carefully to the instructions of the coaches

    All participants were dressed in adidas gear from head to toe.

    The Titan Trial Run | adidas Crazylight Boost team together with the participants

    I interviewed a couple of random participants in the Crazy Light Boost Trial Run and I’m happy that they said great things about the shoes.

    TJ Trajano and Mr. “Anonymous” a.k.a. Monster on court because he plays really well.

    “No calf pains, no ankle pains etc.. Very comfortable and the traction is also great,” according to the anonymous baller.

    Then there’s this guy, his name is TJ Trajano who rated the Crazy Light 4 Boost 10/10 overall in terms of Traction, Ventilation/Comfort, Ankle support/Lockdown Support, and the Boost Cushioning.

    TJ is a member of the Titan Players Club that’s why you can bet that he has tried a ton of shoe products. A 10/10 rating on the Crazy Light 4 Boost means a lot to the brand and its potential consumers.

    "For me the shoes should have an overall grade of 10/10. The cushioning, the traction, the ventilation, the comfort from the boost are all good. When I played a while ago the heat, I didn't feel it. My feet didn't experience the warmness here inside the venue. The overall comfort from the boost is also 10/10. The only issue I have here is that I am not a fan of a low or mid-cut. The But maybe, I should have tied the shoe laces tighter to increase the ankle support of the shoe, but it held its own. The traction of the shoe is also nice. The outsole is not hard, it's flexible that's why it adapts to the details of the court. You just have to break it in. When I did some cross overs with it, I didn't experience any slippage. The upper, nakaka spread na yung feet ko. It's no longer stiff. The upper, the shockweb, it's more soft and flexible also kaya very comforttable na siya. The support of the upper is also nice since it has 4 layers. I also think that it is durable compared to other brands. By the way, for the boost technology, I can say na nakakasabay na siya sa technology ng ibang brands. I don't want to mention it here pero trust me, very soft siya. Ayos!" - TJ

                                                         The upper part of the shoe

    The Boost Technology

    Touching the hard rear part of the shoe for movement support 

    The stable frame

    The unique detail of the outsole for better traction. By personal estimation, this can be used either on a harwood court or a clean well painted cement court.

    View from the top to show the mid-cut feature of the shoe

    Crazy Light 4 Boost Characteristics:

    At 11.6 ounces, the Crazylight Boost remains exceptionally light and every element of the shoe is constructed to maximize the energy benefit of Boost. This includes performance elements such as ShockWeb overlay reinforcement for strength, support, flexibility, forefoot comfort, and premium style, a soft mesh upper for increased comfort, ventilation, and breathability and an all-new collar design with a unique cut that offers the mobility of a low-top and stability of a mid.

    The Crazylight Boost features horizontal three stripes placement across the toe to create a sleek, fast aesthetic. The shoe also boasts distinctive gradient color schemes for diverse style to stand out on the court.

    Damian Lillard was indeed correct when he explained how this shoe changed the game:

    "The Crazy Light 4 Boost compliments my style of play unlike any other shoe,” Portland Trail Blazers NBA All-Star point guard Damian Lillard said. “The immediate comfort you feel when you put on Boost is amazing, and it lasts until the moment you take it off. When you’re an athletic guard in the league, you’re constantly coming down hard over the top of big guys or when you get fouled. With Boost, it’s a lot less impact and more cushioning on my heels.”

    Shoe profile:

    Name: Adidas Crazy Light 4 Boost
    Colorway: Damian Lillard Colorway
    Shoe weight: 11.6 Ounces
    Suggested Retail Price: 6,995 Php
    Release date in Philippines: August 15, 2014
    Availability: adidas stores, Kidsports, Titan Stores Nationwide, etc..

    Damian Crazy Light 4 Boost with Other Colorways:

    A variety of team and special colorways of the Crazylight Boost will be available, including player editions for Lillard and Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Ricky Rubio.

    By the way, I already got my media pack. Thank you guys!

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