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    Monday, August 8, 2016

    CrazyLight Boost 2016 Performance Review, Price, Photos and More, Now Out in the Philippines!


    Created with 360-degree performance from top to bottom, the Crazylight 2016 utilizes a lightweight flexible tightly woven fabric upper with full-length BOOST cushioning crafted for elusive footwork, swerving through traffic in the lane and creating key moments on the court.

    The Boost is housed by the tried and tested herringbone-styled traction rubber and a loaded spring plate in the outsole.

    Price and Availability of the shoe:

    The latest colorway of the Crazylight 2016 "Liberty" is now available for P7,995, at Titan BGC, Titan Alabang, Titan UPTC, Titan Glorietta 5, Titan Conrad, adidas TriNoma, adidas BGC, adidas Gaisano, NBA Glorietta, NBA Megamall, NBA TriNoma, Toby’s MOA, and Toby’s Megamall.

    You can also check out the other colorways at leading adidas stores nationwide!

    My additional thoughts on the Boost set-up that I was not able to point out in the video:


    A basketball shoe that provides soft impact absorption is one thing, but having that pillow-like feel in every step of the way with superb responsiveness is another.
    That's what I felt while playing in the adidas CrazyLight Boost 2016. Playing ball in these bad boys is like stepping on a pillow while in the heat of the battle on the basketball court.

    The Boost set-up for me is just right. A lot of reviewers online point out that the front part of the boost shouldn't be caged, but for me, this set-up is for a greater purpose.

    The caged boost in front is meant to help you move better after a cross over or any other lateral movement. If that's uncaged, it will just confuse the front part of your foot as to where it should move after a sharp cut on the court. The the cage pushes the boost back for you to move quicker and sharper.

    So again, if you want to experience that pillow-like feel when you do your stuff on the court, you should try this shoe.


    Whoever designed this shoe is a keeper. He should be given a long contract as he can command the brand's number 1 cushioning technology for greater use.


    The adidas CrazyLight line keeps on improving. Thus, this year's version is a must try kicks for point-guards up to the big men. A true baller will love this for sure.


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