Damian Lillard’s adidas Crazyquick 2 Shoes

As the 2013-14 regular season was winding down, so too was Damian Lillard’s window to get a sneaker deal extension from adidas. The three stripes had exclusive rights to speak to Lillard before other brands like Nike could negotiate a deal. There wasn’t much of a doubt for an agreement, however, as Damian was close with his adidas reps. Just before the NBA Playoffs in April 2014, Damian Lillard signed a 13-year deal worth a reported $185 million. At the time, this was the third biggest basketball sneaker endorsement to Derrick Rose and LeBron James, although James Harden would later get $200 million from the three stripes.

While adidas was cooking up Lillard’s first signature model, Dame started rocking the adidas Crazyquick 2 for the 2014 NBA Playoffs. This shoe played much like the Rose 4, with a natural motion sole that allowed for court feel. This combined with a SprintFrame chassis to be low-to-the-ground with maximum support. Cushioning was minimal with EVA foam throughout the midsole. The mesh upper provided breathability, while also making the shoe light enough for quick movements.

You can purchase the adidas Crazyquick 2 at StockX and GOAT.

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