adidas continue to round out the new-look Freefootball range with the introduction of the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick – a new shoe designed to give fast players the edge on turf pitches.
Bringing in some technology from old favourites as well as some exciting new features (including ones only seen on the 99g adidas boot we saw in 2013) the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick is a pretty interesting overall package.
Positioned opposite the comfort and energy-enhancing Freefootball Boost, the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick is all about reaching the ball first, and having the lightest possible touch once you get there.
The upper features a unique layered construction that allows the boot to be lightweight, yet free-moving, for enhanced comfort and freedom of movement.
The top layer is adidas’ new ZeroTex material. The same upper material as used on the 99g prototype from the adidas lab, the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick uses it as a final layer to complete this edited-down football boot.
This material is highly adaptable, with adidas double-layering it to provide abrasion-resistance in the toe, whilst also integrating it into the lacing system and midfoot to create a stability frame.
The heel is a proprietary mesh that adidas have used to help boost comfort and breathability in this key part of the foot.
Traction is an unmissable feature on the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick, too. adidas have a new single-piece outsole that employs multiple stud lengths for a sense of adaptable grip on the turf, without sacrificing ball feel.
Kicking things off for the adidas Freefootball Crazyquick is this Clear Onix / Semi Solar Yellow, which uses a simple and clean design on the upper, whilst the soleplate is a mash-up of colours, drawing attention to that new traction plate.
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