Thursday, May 26th, 2011 at 9:36 pm  |  4 responses

Video: Under Armour Comes Under Attack

adidas fires shots at UA.

by Chris O’Leary / @olearychris

For Round 3 of their adiZero Crazy Light vs. The World Project, adidas has stepped away from Nike. This time, the stripes are putting Brandon Jennings’ Under Armour Micro G Blur into the wild kingdom.

Like the two previous videos before this one, the idea comes from the adidas Facebook page. adidas is inviting fans back on Friday for the fourth and final comparison in its entertaining series.

The adiZero Crazy Light goes on sale officially on June 3 at retailers across the US. You can get the jump on everyone else, though, and reserve your own pair now through adidas.

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  • Jer dawg

    Wow. Adidas is on a smear campaign like they do in politics. Both arms swinging. Or a beef between rappers dissing them on record. I can’t wait for rebuttals from Nike and Under Armour.

  • http://none Shamgod

    plain stupid, i thought shoes around 10 ounces were the way to go like with my various pairs of hyperize… but instead what it does, the lack of thick material up around the toes is so thin to make the shoe lightweight, it allows the front of your actual foot and toes to travel too much inside the actual shoe…

    i didnt even realize that because i been wearing hyperize for a long time now, another super light shoe that trades stability for thin non supportive materials…..

    but the other day I tried the brand new Lebrons on, and gotdang, now thats a quality shoe all over the friggin board, nice tight snug fit, light weight, with zoom and air technology, plus it looks a lot better than these…

    so all you super quick guards think about the amount of movement your foot will move inside this shoe when you’re making hard cuts on the court, it’s the reason i decided not to buy them

  • Sickgame

    Light. That’s what I need. I’m buyin.

  • the Dude

    Shamgod = on the bozak.

    Of course he may have a point.