Posted February 07, 2014

Adidas unveils All-Star Game sneakers for Dwight Howard, Damian Lillard, John Wall

2014 All-Star Weekend, Adidas, Ben Golliver, Damian Lillard, Dwight Howard, John Wall
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Adidas has unveiled four sneakers in conjunction with the 2014 NBA All-Star Game. (Adidas)

Adidas has unveiled special edition sneakers to be worn by Rockets center Dwight Howard, Blazers guard Damian Lilllard and Wizards guard John Wall at the 2014 All-Star Game in New Orleans.

The bright sneaker designs are “inspired by New Orleans’ rich culture,” according to the company, and will go on sale later this month.

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Here’s an individual look at each of the four new Adidas sneaker designs.

Dwight Howard 4

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A 2014 All-Star edition of Dwight Howard’s “Howard 4″ signature sneakers by Adidas. (Adidas)

Selected as a Western Conference reserve, Dwight Howard will wear his latest signature sneaker, the “Howard 4,” in a “Blast Purple” colorway that is influenced by Mardi Gras. The shoe will be released on Feb. 15 and retail for $125.

– The SPRINTWEB and TECHFIT upper provides lightweight support and lockdown with maximum breathability
– Crazyquick technology elements include an articulated forefoot with two-way flex zones for increased traction and court feel

Crazyquick 2

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Damian Lillard and John Wall will wear the “Crazyquick 2″ sneakers by Adidas at the 2014 All-Star Game. (Adidas)

Western Conference reserve Damian Lillard and Eastern Conference reserve John Wall will both wear the “Crazyquick 2,” a brand-new design. The shoe comes in a “Vivid Berry” and black upper with a “Solar Slime” splatter paint print that nods to the Mardi Gras party vibe. The shoe will go on sale at the All-Star Jam Session in New Orleans on Feb. 13 and will retail for $125.

– QUICKWEB upper provides increased flexibility and superior fit in the all-new style
– Signature Crazyquick outsole technology is once again featured in the Crazyquick 2 for increased traction and court feel

Crazy 1

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The 2014 All-Star edition of Adidas’s “Crazy 1″ sneakers. (Adidas)

Adidas is also breaking out an All-Star edition of the “Crazy 1,” which launched in 2000 and features a design that was inspired by the curves of luxury cars.  The new purple version of the Crazy 1 will be worn by players during the Rising Stars Challenge and All-Star Saturday events. The All-Star Crazy 1 will go on sale on Feb. 14 and will retail for $125.

– Double foam collar provides added ankle support while the torsion system improves stability and traction

– Bright orange and blue colors and splatter paint print are inspired by the architectural and art of New Orleans and celebratory spirit of Mardi Gras and NBA All-Star weekend

Crazy 8

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The 2014 All-Star edition of the Adidas “Crazy 8″ sneakers. (Adidas)

Finally, Adidas is releasing an orange, All-Star version of the “Crazy 8,” which originally released in 1997. The shoe will also be worn by players during the Rising Stars Challenge and All-Star Saturday events. The All-Star Crazy 8 will go on sale on Feb. 14 and will retail for $110.

– Features an aggressive design that follows the form and function of the foot

– Bright orange and blue colors and splatter paint print are inspired by the architectural and art of New Orleans and celebratory spirit of Mardi Gras and NBA All-Star weekend

Here’s a gallery that includes detailed images of all four sneakers.

6 comments
tomy12
tomy12

agreed.. won't lay my hands on these.

SillyCrossover
SillyCrossover

Those are some ugly sneakers, then again if you're between 12-20 it doesn't matter. 

Mr3202
Mr3202

Crazy 1 are the TMac's and Crazy 8 are the Koby's

NoThanksESPNFacebook
NoThanksESPNFacebook

I guess I would wear them if they paid me 12...wait what?! YOU have to pay to wear those abominations? Give me some old 92 Grandmamas and I'll be fine.