Who should buy the Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low

Adidas gives another lightweight option with the CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low. The Primeknit upper and Boost heel cushioning stand out as the main features of this shoe–providing a comfortable snug fit and great cushioning. This is a pefect option for you if:

  • You're a high jumper player and need the best impact protection.
  • You love a beautiful shoe to wear outside of the court.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low collar

Dynamic midsole construction

The CLB 2.5 Low has Boost in the heel area and adiPRENE+ cushioning for the forefoot. The Boost cushion helps energize each step and protects the foot from impact.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low midsole mid

The shoe also features the new Adidas Stableframe technology. This basically means that the midsole is angled, wherein the heel is slightly higher than the forefoot, keeping the wearer on their toes–ready for the next move.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low midsole top

Outsole setup of Adidas CrazyLight

The shoe uses a blade-shaped herringbone pattern with micro blades on the outermost regions of the outsole. Because the outsole is made of soft and pliable rubber, it is not recommended for outdoor use.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low outsole

Fit secure lockdown

The shoe features a wrap-like asymmetrical tongue design that locks the foot down onto the medial side.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low laces

The Primeknit upper conforms to the shape of the foot and holds it in place while an external heel counter ensures that the foot is secure from the base.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low heel

CrazyLight Boost's sturdy structure

The shoe uses a one-piece Primeknit cleatie construction that stops at the medial side to form the shoe’s tongue. The toe box area has fuse overlays to protect the shoe from toe drags. The upper provides a comfortable sock-like fit that’s breathable and feels very lightweight.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low half

Boost and adiPRENE+ cushioning are used in the midsole while the midfoot features Adidas’s Torsion system that gives support to the arch. A non-marking rubber is used on the outsole.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low midfoot

Functional style of Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low

The Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low matches form with function.  Its low-top cut affords the wearer a wider range of motion. Its Primeknit upper gives it a touch of luxury.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low ankle

An aesthetic material overlay runs across the shoe, covering the area where the mesh and knit are joined together. Styling varies for each colorway, depending on the materials used.

Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2.5 Low toe

The Adidas Equipment logo can be found on the external heel cup and the tongue. Most of the colorways feature subtle Three Stripes on the forefoot.

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Colorways: Blue / Purple / Black
SKUs: AQ7584 / AQ7586 / AQ8467 / AQ8469 / B39253 / B42427 / B42430 / B42728 / D70070 / F37147

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Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.