When you think of Washington Wizards point guard John Wall, you think "quick." adidas gets right to the point with its latest collection of footwear, Crazyquick, a line that includes shoes for baksetball, football, running and training.
Last week, Wall debuted the Crazyquick, a shoe designed for flexibility and the ability to stop, start and turn on a dime in any direction. The shoe's gradual flex in the toe and forefoot zones also allow for a quicker push-off and better lateral movement.
With the NBA in full swing, the Crazyquick basketball shoe is at the forefront of the collection, but Robert Griffin III debuted the Crazyquick football cleat back in December of 2012 during a Monday Night Football game.
The Crazyquick basketball and football shoes drop on adidas.com and select retailers on May 1, for $140 and $150, respectively. The training and running editions will release during the summer for $110 and $100. Scroll down to see more photos of the Crazyquick basketball shoe.
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