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Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 8.8oz | Women: 7.2oz
Heel to toe drop: Men: 8mm | Women: 8mm
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Strike Pattern: Midfoot strike
Distance: Competition
Heel height: Men: 34mm | Women: 34mm
Forefoot height: Men: 26mm | Women: 26mm
Brand: Adidas
Type: Low drop | Maximalist
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $100
Colorways: Blue, Grey, White
Size
Small True to size Large
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85 / 100 based on 4 expert reviews

  • 87 / 100 | Hoops Manifesto | | Level 2 expert

    I've tried them out on all types of surfaces (pavement, gravel, dirt, etc. – but surprisingly, considering I'm Canadian, no snow) with no loss in comfort, support, or traction.

  • 90 / 100 | The Hoop Doctor | | Level 1 expert

    It should be noted that even now with a more worn down outsole than the testing period, I never experienced loss of grip on the court.

  • 82 / 100 | Sneaker Report | | Level 1 expert

    Best for: Runners seeking a lightweight, form-fitting sneaker that is suitable for a variety of surfaces.

  • 79 / 100 | TheGymRatReview | | Level 1 expert

    The deep grooves were the only thing that initially made me pause, as I hoped that torsional support wouldn’t be sacrificed in the name of flexibility or cutting weight.

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  • Adidas has its design exclusive for basketball players such as John Wall and Damian Lillard. It features the PUREMOTION+ midsole, a multi-zone outsole, and the SPRINTFRAME technology for its around-the-collar design.
  • The QuickWeb construction is also used, while the GeoFit and Techfit are both maximized to make this shoe more energized in a comfortable structure.
  • There is a stretch connector also in the forefoot area that joins the medial and lateral rubber, which expands the forefoot to reduce the pressure and forces and to maximize energy. This new design offers a lightweight, durable, comfortable shoe and it gives a good ankle support.
  • Aside from the features, this shoe also has an outer upper design updated from its previous version. The three stripes are very visible and noticeable as they add style to the shoe.

In a standard shoe length and width, the AdiPure CrazyQuick is true to size. The TechFit technology adds comfort in its stretchy feel while hugging the foot comfortably when playing or running or doing any activities in and out of the court. The shoe fits perfectly to those medium footed runners. It has the same feel as the Adidas Pure Boost.


The AdiPure CrazyQuick 2 has an outsole that is made from the Adidas AdiWear Outsole technology. It provides optimal traction and durability while guarantees stability and responsiveness during speed and intense activity. This rubber technology is also an edge because it provides flexibility as well.


The midsole comes with the PUREMOTION+ technology composing of the molded EVA that ensures smooth transition, softness, comfort, flexibility, responsiveness, and efficiency. There is also an added insole of EVA sockliner for more comfort.


The upper of this Adidas runner comes with the SprintWeb and Sprintskin combined. The SprintWeb technology is responsible for the upper’s lightweight construction through the use of the synthetic materials that are durable, breathable, lightweight, and protective. The SprintSkin is responsible for the shoe’s thin microfiber material that offers lightweight upper construction that is breathable and comfortable to the foot. Friction and discomfort are both eliminated because of these two upper Adidas technologies.

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