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Video: adidas adiZero Crazy Light Vs. Jordan Fly Wade (And A Medieval Axe)

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Wade hacked.

In the fourth and final comparison test, adidas Basketball dices Dwyane Wade’s new Jordan Fly Wade signature shoe down to size. 9.8 ounces to be specific, which is the weight of the adidas adiZero Crazy Light (the lightest basketball shoe ever).

Thus far, we’ve witnessed the Nike Zoom Kobe VI massacred by a chainsaw, the Nike Hyperdunk 2010 sliced by a samurai sword, and the Under Armour Micro G Blur clawed by a crazy wild bear. Watch as the Jordan Fly Wade is hacked away by a medieval axe.

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Friggin awesome.

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Fuck adidas.. jordan fly wade was light enough for everyone the crazy light is probably all light no performance

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These commercials are great. Why did Jordan promote Wade shoe so much how light it is and adidas blew it away not long after with Crazy Light release. Jordan should have seen it coming if they wanted to stress how light Wades were so much.

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Commercial’s kinda cool…the first time the idea was implemented. Now it’s just tired and hackneyed. Okay adidas, we get it, the crazy lights are well, crazy light. The greatest argument against this sneaker though is the fact that D Rose himself opted to switch back to his trusty and more ankle protective 1.5s. Being 9.8 oz isn’t everything.

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Remember, DRose sprained his left ankle using this shoe… Maybe it is light, but the fit and the performance is the big question…

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I swear, you guys are broken record players. When will you guys understand that ANKLE SPRAINS CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE IN ANY SHOE. Look at what happened to Kobe in NO. He sprained his ankle in the VI’s despite it being praised as one of the best shoes this year. It doesn’t matter what you wear. If your foot just moves/lands awkwardly then you are undoubtedly going to get sprained the fuck out.

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Yeah, he sprained his ankle, but it wasn’t the shoe. Got them on right now – it was NOT the shoe, people.

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Kobe sprained his ankle too in the VI.(one of the big reasons he was nearly invisible in the Mavs series)

Brandon Roy, and Steph Curry needed surgery to fix problems caused by the Hyperfuse.

Injuries happen, you can’t blame the shoes for that.

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How can you not partially blame the equipment in instances like ankle injuries? Adidas in their pursuit of claiming the lightest bball sneaker title used materials that easily invite ankle sprains. Of course you can get injured in ANY shoe, everybody knows that, but in sneakers like the crazy light you are playing with fire and are already giving yourself a disadvantage.

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