adidas Originals Officially Unveils the Crazy BYW Silhouette

“BOOST You Wear.”

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After making its debut on-court thanks to Nick Young and Brandon Ingram, adidas Originals has shared an official look at the Crazy BYW model. This heritage-inspired silhouette side-steps into the future courtesy of its BOOST Technology and three-part “podular” midsole, which allows the sneaker to flex along with the natural movement of one’s foot.

Additionally, its knitted upper welcomes embroidery and leather detailing to increase its range of motion without compromising comfort. Lastly, the lacing system pays homage to the model’s ’90s influence.

Retailing for $170 USD, the adidas Originals Crazy BYW will be available in limited quantities on January 27 via select adidas retailers and adidas.com, with a global launch to follow on February 15. Take a look at the images above and let us know your thoughts. You can also take a glance at how the model looks on-foot.

You can watch the Warriors’ thrilling overtime victory over the Lakers from back in December below, where Ingram sports the Crazy BYW.

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