• Everything You Need to Know About the adidas Crazylight Boost 2015

Everything You Need to Know About the adidas Crazylight Boost 2015

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images by Andy Hur
by Gerald Flores
It’s been on adidas running shoes. It’s even been on skate shoes. But it’s never been on a basketball shoe…until now. Primeknit, adidas’ seamless woven upper that debuted in 2012, hit the basketball court for the first time in the Crazylight Boost 2015. You might have spotted the sneaker during this year’s NBA Playoffs, and you’ll see a lot of the shoe next year on the feet of adidas athletes like Andrew Wiggins, Jeff Teague, and Mike Conley.
Primeknit isn’t the only upgrade to the adidas Crazylight series. Here, the sneaker’s designerRobbie Fullerbreaks down all the fine details behind the brand’s latest in basketball.
The decision to use Primeknit on the sneaker came from the need to focus on fit.

“We landed on wanting to skin the foot—locking it and holding down the foot,” Fuller said. “In skinning the foot, we thought, ‘Oh, let’s use Primeknit.’ It’s the perfect technology to be that first comfort layer.”
Primeknit had to be slightly modified for the rigors of basketball.

There’s a big difference between a running in a linear motion versus multidirectional basketball cuts. Designers had to adapt the upper for the hardwood by reinforcing it in certain ...
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