adidas Crazy Heat

6:14:00 PM Paulo Mendoza [Analykix] 5 Comments

Another "Crazy" model has landed as if we don't have enough from the Crazy line. Dubbed as Crazy Heat, lightweight mesh upper which still adheres to the whole light movement. The construction is pretty basic with a very interesting cushion called Sprintfoam. I honestly think it is a lightweight EVA foam but would still offer adequate impact protection. There is a TPU torsion plate for torsional support but it isn't Sprintframe. The only thing I'm concerned is the rubber with features a circular pattern similar to a worn out Xbox 360 joystick where the rubber cover is already gone. I just don't think it would last for outdoor hooping. Check out these images and if are interested in getting a pair, you can get them at Planet Sports Trinoma for Php 4,795.


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    1. haven't tried Sprintfoam yet, actually. Although I am intrigued what it offers to us (is it more on the plush or stiff side).

  3. Traction will be terrible from the look of outsloe which is shallow and weird plus it might not last long.

    1. That is also my concern... indoors, for sure they could provide adequate traction. Outdoor use, well it'll wear out quickly (I think).