Alright, all three versions of 2017’s CE are now out of my list and I finally bring you my adidas Crazy Explosive 2017 Primeknit Low review. Last year’s Low was INCREDIBLE and one of my favorite on-court models. Let’s see if the new one can meet my expectations!
I’ve now tested two versions of this year’s Crazy Explosive, with the second one being the Primeknit. The upper is totally different from last year’s, so let’s see if this version is worth getting over the regular. This will be a quick review since I’ve
If you know anything about last year’s Crazy Explosive, you know that it had one of the most sophisticated and awesome BOOST cushioning, as well as crazy good overall performance. Well, this year we have a new one. It’s suspicious ’cause what can you really
I have now played in all three versions of this year’s Hyperdunk and with the last one being the Low, I’ve put together a little comparison review for you. This way, you’ll be able to decide which is best for you. So, here’s a quick
The 2017 Hyperdunk lineup is the same as last year – we have a regular Mid, a Low and a Flyknit Mid version. Surprisingly, the Flyknit one was available first and I pretty much loved every ounce of it. Now, let’s see how the regular
A lot of people overlook something as useful as ankle braces. Yeah, they do have their negatives but we’re not here to talk about that. So whether you’re recovering from an ankle sprain but can’t afford missing games or you’re prone to ankle injuries, you can
Many of you are already familiar with Nike’s usual pattern of shoe releases. There’s the crappy budget line with barely any tech, there are signature lines and then there’s the big one – the super versatile Hyperdunk line. This year, we have something special –