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Postby Eden Noel on Sat Jan 09, 2021 3:17 am

Included in the adidas adidas gazelle Hoops "Bad Dreams" Collection is the D Rose 5, J Wall 1, Crazy Light Boost, and Crazy 2. Both the D Rose 5 and Crazy Light Boost opt for dark canvas uppers with multi-directional striping, while the Crazy 2 and J Wall 1 make use of a patchwork upper with black stitching at the forefront. All for pairs feature the glow-in-the-dark outsoles and accents on the upper that speaks to the bad dreams that come out in the darkness. Get an exclusive, detailed look at the entire adidas Hoops "Bad Dreams" Collection below and stay tuned for the official release.

The adidas Crazy 8 gets crazier than ever with this latest edition of the updated ADV construction in a "Multi-Snakeskin" upper. You've seen "multi-color", but this wild look for Kobe Bryant's first-ever signature shoe seems to nod to his "Black Mamba" nickname albeit in a white colorway with a mix of multiple snakeskin patterns stitched together across the upper. If you dare to adidas ultra boost wear a pair, find them arriving soon at select adidas Originals retailers here in the US. In similar bold colorway news from adidas, check out the upcoming glow in the dark edition of the Ultra Boost .

For kids that didn't grow up in the 90s, it's surely a crazy realization when they find that recent adidas shoes five-time champion Tim Duncan was putting up MVP-numbers in a Nike Foamposite while a young Kobe Bryant was playing second-fiddle to Shaquille O'Neal as he was wearing adidas signatures. How times have changed. The three stripes are still banking on one of Kobe's more popular silhouettes under the adidas Crazy 8 name, and the latest sample is true to its title thanks to an eye-catching camouflage print. With an array of khaki, brown and forrest greens, the branding stands out in a hunting orange. Be sure to continue onward after the click for more images and let us know if you'd grab a pair if these ever see retail shelves adidas zx flux stateside.

Though no longer a signature silhouette to the likes of Kobe Bryant , the adidas Crazy 8 still holds weight within the sneaker community. And in 2014, the retro basketball silhouette played somewhat of a supporting role in a key rebranding year for the Three Stripes. That said, as we move deeper into the fourth quarter, the Crazy 8 persists with even more new variations. Today brings about the "Glacier" colorway  a style that initially looks better suited for Easter before its wintry inspiration takes hold, bringing about thoughts of a frozen tundra. The predominately white upper is accented by teal surrounding the base, tongue, and rear. Take a look below and pick up a pair now at Oneness .

The adidas Crazy 8 has been quite busy of late. We've seen releases for everyone from NBA stars past and present to Three Stripes' football phenom, and now a new pair with no overt theme, but one that's sure to stand out in a crowd. The high contrast look from a black colorway accented by pink and yellow cannot be denied, with this particular arrangement especially suited for showing off the former KB8's unique Feet You Wear-based construction. Click in to get a closer look at these and stick with Sneaker News for word on a US arrival for this upcoming kids style.

It's not Thursday yet, but take a look adidas samba at this dope re-invention of Kobe Bryant's throwback model. The adidas Crazy 8 "Jeremy Lin" is a new take on Kobe's former signature shoe for his current teammate Jeremy Lin. These hark back to Kobe's golden days when he was a youngster just a couple of years removed from High School and rocking number 8, but with his allegiance to Nike being over a decade old, this re-issued "Crazy 8" is for Lin, who was picked up by adidas in the offseason. Get a look at the full shot below Image and stay tuned to Sneaker News for a release date.


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