Dubbed, the adidas Crazy BYW LVL 1, which features similar trim detailing and synthetic materials originally found on the FYW pair from the ’90s. It’ll also included Boost cushioning to add excellent comfort on court...
This All-Star launch payings homage to the original by utilizing a purple and black color palette—a look seen on some of Kobe Bryant’s early signature models with the brand which utilized Feet You Wear technology. The shoes reintroduce Adidas’ Feet You Wear technology from the ’90s with a modern twi..
This new shoe features a full-length BYW midsole, with large molded sections of white Boost to cup your foot. The upper boasts an entire Primeknit upper in a smooth cream color with three white stripes curving from the lateral side to the toe, similar to shortened Yeezy 350 V2 stripes. The area wher..
Inspired by the natural movement of the ’90s-era FYW concept, these shoes feature a “Boost You Wear” midsole with a triple Boost pod system. On the toe cap is a tonal retro Freddy logo debossed in the original FYW trainers. Cream and blue coloring serve as the sneaker’s complementary colors while it..
Adidas have teamed up with LA lifestyle brand ‘Bristol Studio’ for the release of a new sneaker – the Bristol Studio x Adidas Crazy BYW (BOOST You Wear). Paying homage to Luke Tadashi’s love for basketball, adidas Crazy BYW models are constructed with premium leather and suede materials. Other detai..
Inspired by Bristol Studio founder, Luke Tadashi’s love for basketball, Bristol Studio’s co-founder and creative director Luke Tadashi has payed homage to his favourite sport in this collaboration. The flowing aesthetic of the shoe is symbolic of the quick-motion nature of the game and is created wi..
Highlighted with a 3-part independent podular midsole with Boost, which allows for more natural movement. The adidas Crazy BYW Boost features a Black-based upper paired with Blue elastic lace-locks and pull tabs. Adding the luxurious style look, suede material is also used throughout. Distinctive Bo..