Kobe Bryant's adidas Crazy 1 "Metallic Silver" Has Landed

Kobe Bryant's estate and the Nike family have mutually agreed to continue dropping Mamba-associated products, but adidas is still allowed to pay homage to the late NBA legend by reissuing his past signature models. And once silhouette that is seeing a consistent output is the adidas Crazy 1 — formerly known as the adidas Kobe 1 — which has been released in retro "Sunshine" and "Stormtrooper" styles. Word got around this past Summer that its "Metallic Silver" iteration was coming back, and it has finally become available to the masses.This retro offering is inspired by the Audi TT Roadster. Exterior panels across the lateral and medial walls as well as the toe boxes are designed with a "Metallic Silver" finish. Interior booties, tongues and laces balance its palette out in solid black while a tiny hint of yellow is present on the heels. Tonal stripes branding is implemented on the sides while tonal adidas logos are debossed into the rear. Torsion cushioning is loaded up inside its EVA midsoles for comfort and responsiveness.Interested in copping? HBX has these in stock right now for $168 USD.For other footwear-related news, the full Palace x Y-3 FW22 collection has been revealed. Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST

Kobe Bryant's adidas Crazy 1 "Metallic Silver" Has Landed

Kobe Bryant's estate and the Nike family have mutually agreed to continue dropping Mamba-associated products, but adidas is still allowed to pay homage to the late NBA legend by reissuing his past signature models. And once silhouette that is seeing a consistent output is the adidas Crazy 1 — formerly known as the adidas Kobe 1 — which has been released in retro "Sunshine" and "Stormtrooper" styles. Word got around this past Summer that its "Metallic Silver" iteration was coming back, and it has finally become available to the masses.

This retro offering is inspired by the Audi TT Roadster. Exterior panels across the lateral and medial walls as well as the toe boxes are designed with a "Metallic Silver" finish. Interior booties, tongues and laces balance its palette out in solid black while a tiny hint of yellow is present on the heels. Tonal stripes branding is implemented on the sides while tonal adidas logos are debossed into the rear. Torsion cushioning is loaded up inside its EVA midsoles for comfort and responsiveness.

Interested in copping? HBX has these in stock right now for $168 USD.

For other footwear-related news, the full Palace x Y-3 FW22 collection has been revealed.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST