In January 2015, adidas finally unveiled the D Lillard 1. Many expected Boost in the shoe, but adidas designer Robbie Fuller stuck to basics with the tried-and-true adiPrene+, a more firm cushion. Damian later explained that he wanted his signature shoe to remain affordable so all kids can afford to wear his $105 sneaker. This style featured a basic synthetic leather on the upper which felt like genuine leather but without the added cost. TECHFIT was used on on the tongue and inner liner for a 1-to-1 fit.
Despite the shoe change from the Crazylight 4 in the 2014-15 season, Lillard continued his season of dunking on folks, as you can see in the moments section.