The original Adidas Crazy Blue on Sale turned heads for looking more like a wrestling boot than a basketball silhouette fit for the rigors of the NBA when it was first leaked a year or so ago. How times have changed. Today we get an official look at the second installment of the model, as the adidas Crazy Explosive 17 features Forged Primeknit technology for the first time ever. It’s created from a single piece designed with particular key target areas reinforced for more stability, creating a dynamic, lightweight comfort like no other. A sock-like ankle makes this pair easier than ever to slip into while full-length Boost cushioning is wrapped in a TPU roll cage for better traction. After releasing as a part of the adidas Basketball Xeno On-Court Collection a few weeks back, we now take a look at one of the latest colorways of the Adidas Crazy Grey Purchase. This new color of the adidas hooping sneaker features a navy and royal blue color scheme that has been hit with a detailed design throughout the majority of the upper. White accents then appear on the three stripes branding on the ankle and the adidas logo on the tongue. As always, this Crazy Explosive comes equipped with a full-length Boost midsole. The adidas Crazy Explosive 17 Primeknit has garnered quite the buzz thanks to its uniquely aggressive design, full-length Boost, and high-arching sock collar. Rising NBA star Andrew Wiggins will soon be getting his own PE colorway of the all-new Adidas Crazy Red Order. Currently being worn by some of adidas’ top athletes, this new PE pair for Wiggins comes dressed in an all-blue upper with his “AW” logo on the tongue and insoles. The shoes features a textile upper and is finished off with a full-length white Boost midsole. Andrew Wiggins is a rising star in the NBA who may or may not get his own signature sneaker some day in the near future. But while we wait for the kid from Canada to reach superstardom, adidas is showing that they have faith in him as they continue to give him PE releases. adidas Hoops has some serious excitement brewing with the debut of the Adidas Crazy Black Shop later this month. The model reminds us a bit of the Hyperdunk 2016 Elite thanks to a high-arching sock-like ankle collar and a woven construction throughout, but with the benefit of full-length Boost cushioning and a stylish semi-translucent TPU roll cage. It looks like not all of the Crazy Explosive 17 pairs will utilize Primeknit though, as this upcoming Classic Royal colorway debuts a honeycomb mesh textile with a traditional ankle collar and tongue. The pair has a relatively Kansas vibe complete with Metallic Silver three stripe branding and some Collegiate Navy touches on the tongue and midsole. Who says the new Adidas Crazy white Deals Explosive only looks good on the court? A new colorway has just released and it looks better off the court than most of us would have expected. Pictured above is the adidas Crazy Explosive Primeknit in one of the latest colorways which sees the high top basketball silhouette covered in a Heather Grey all throughout the Primeknit upper. The laces and translucent sole have also been done in light grey with some of the only contrast coming with the dark grey on the three stripes branding by the ankle. Essentially mimicking that same design and implemented on the model’s composition, accents of black are also utilized throughout to complement the overall design.