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John Wall Just Wore These New Adidas CrazyQuick Sneakers That Are Designed To Make You Faster

Submitted by on March 10, 2013 – 11:41 am2 Comments
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What if we told you that you could be quicker on the basketball court simply by wearing a specific sneaker? You would probably want to give that sneaker a try, right? Well, soon, you’ll be able to. Last night, Washington Wizards guard John Wall wore a pair of the new Adidas CrazyQuick sneakers during his team’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves for the first time (Wall recently left Reebok to join Adidas). And, he made quite a stir with the sneaks, which include a combination of blue, red, grey, and white on the upper. So, Adidas wasted no time in releasing an official image of the sneakers, which you can see above.

Slated to come out in May, the CrazyQuick is lightweight like many of the other sneakers in the Adidas Basketball line and, as you’d probably expect just by looking at the name, they’re supposed to make you faster. How? Adidas hasn’t revealed all the details about the sneakers just yet, so we’re not 100 percent sure. But, if we had to guess, we would probably say that the sneakers help simply by being light and providing enough support to allow you to cut all over the court with ease.

We should know more about the CrazyQuicks soon. And, as we said earlier, they’ll be available for purchase in May, so you’ll be able to try them out for yourself soon enough. But, what do you think about the idea of wearing a sneaker designed to make you quicker? Do you think it’s just part of the adidas marketing campaign? Or, do you think that lacing a pair of these up could actually do wonders for your game? Let us know if you would be interested in picking up a pair of these when they drop. And, stay tuned for more details on the CrazyQuick coming soon.

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