adidas Reworks the Crazy 1 ADV Sock Primeknit for All-Star Weekend

Super clean.

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After issuing the laced version in darker hues, adidas takes its Crazy 1 ADV Sock in a more minimalist direction for All-Star Weekend, dropping a clean iteration of the shoe with an all-white palette.

Featuring a lightweight, stretchy Primeknit upper, the sneaker strips away its laces for a sleek look. Ribbed patterns on the upper keep the shoe from becoming too streamlined, while an extended, sock-like ankle opening boasts a pull tab for easy wear. A chunky midsole attaches the sneaker to a flat black outsole. The only extraneous detailing on the shoe is a three-dimensional, suede pull tab on the heel, which boasts “CRAZY” branding.

Grab yourself a pair from ONENESS’s website for $140 USD.

Nike‘s getting in on the All-Star Weekend festivities as well, dropping a pair of “Los Angeles” Air More Money sneakers.

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