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  1. CRAZY QUICK
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CRAZY QUICK

The adidas adiPure Crazy Quick, as the name implies, is made for fast running.

This running shoe has a minimal design for a barefoot feel. Feature adidas' PUREMOTION midsole that mimics the foot's natural motion.

Textile upper with rubberized and synthetic overlays for added support. Built-in tongue design for seamless comfort. Reflective stripes for visibility.

Air mesh lining for maximum breathability.

PUREMOTION™ midsole mimics the natural stability, efficiency and rapid reaction time of the bare foot. Molded midsole for cushioning. Heel stabilizer element.

ADIWEAR outsole offers the ultimate in high-wear durability. Split outsole follows the shape and bone structure of the foot to enhance the barefoot feel. Ventilated for reduced weight.

WEIGHT: 9.0 oz.


Los adiPure Crazy Quick de adidas han sido creados para trotar velozmente. Su diseño minimalista brinda la sensación de correr descalzo. Vienen con suela media PUREMOTION de adidas que imita el movimiento natural de los pies. Corte de tela con añadidos de

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