Latest adidas Crazy BYW debuted Feet You Wear technology

  • The latest adidas Crazy BYW iterations—Crazy BYW, Crazy BYW II, and Crazy BYW X—revives the 90s basketball silhouette featuring a triple Boost podular midsole design across six new colorways. Taking insights from a performance shoe and blending seamlessly with a lifestyle aesthetic, the Crazy Boost You Wear can be worn on and off the court. Just over twenty years ago, adidas debuted Feet You Wear technology, a design principle that centered around the concept of natural motion and a style that would essentially be an extension of the wearer's foot. Today the style has been reimagined with updated colorways and design accents, still boasting the same defiant spirit and technology that help made its name decades ago—introducing the next rendition, Crazy BYW.
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