We’ve barely digested Adidas’ new Crazyquick McDonald’s All American Edition basketball shoe, but it’s time for another: the company has unveiled a new yellow version of the shoe called “Electricity.”

The Crazyquick Electricity, which is already in use by Dame Lillard, John Wall and the Louisville Cardinals, includes an innovative four quick zones on the outsole, designed to speed up players by improving traction and flexibility. “The new Crazyquick shoe was designed specifically to make you quick in every direction,” says the company’s Facebook page.

The shoe also features a TECHFIT upper, matching bright yellow laces, and a neon green/black/yellow camouflage pattern. The Crazyquick Electricity also features Adidas’ SPRINTFRAME for stability, a flexible outsole with black and white accents, black tongue and lining, and the brand’s trademark Three Stripes in white.

Meanwhile, the McDonald’s All American Edition has the same Crazyquick shape, just in black and red – and with a McDonalds logo on the tongue. (Insert joke about how much basketball you’ll have to play to burn off the calories in a Big Mac.)

With five color options, the Crazyquick will be available for pre-order on April 17 and will hit select Foot Locker and Eastbay stores on May 1. You’ll also be able to buy the Crazyquick at adidas.com










Amanda Pendolino

 
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