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The dual density rubber setup worked perfectly with the pattern used. With the solid black section, on the colorway worn, is a pretty dense rubber which is durable and works well even when dust is present. Everything that you see that is white rubber is a much softer rubber; it’s a more pliable compound that gripped like crazy.
- Traction – The adidas CrazyLight Boost 2016
- Cushion – Full length Boost is finally available in a basketball shoe
- Materials – The pair I’ve been wearing features Primeknit
The only real difference between the two is that the Primeknit version doesn’t have a tongue. Instead, it features a neoprene section that makes the upper similar to one-piece construction. This is great for lockdown and containment, but it doesn’t allow you to customize the fit much.
Lockdown is incredible, especially in the heel. The forefoot, as mentioned above, is pretty snug so lockdown there is great.
If you love playing in low tops then you’re going to love these. If you’re scared of playing in low tops then you’re going to want to try these.