Thursday, October 17th, 2013 at 12:54 pm  |  5 responses

Kenneth Faried, Jrue Holiday, Harrison Barnes in ‘Quick is Everywhere’ Ad (VIDEO)

Today, adidas debuts “Quick is Everywhere” a commercial that showcases Kenneth Faried, Jrue Holiday and Harrison Barnes wearing their new adidas Crazy Ghost kicks. The spot begins airing next week. More on the Crazy Ghost from adidas Basketball:

Crazy Ghost features the Crazyquick outsole traction system—adidas’ latest performance innovation—to provide maximum control and flexibility for quick moves on the court. The redesigned three-layer SPRINTWEB reduces weight and enhances breathability while an internal fit system provides optimal foot lock-down during cuts and breakaways.

The Crazy Ghost is available now for $100 at Dick’s Sporting Goods.com and adidas.com.

Stay tuned to the adidas Basketball Facebook page for exclusive images and content and follow the conversation on Twitter @adidasHoops with #CrazyGhost.

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  • DatBoi_HITZ

    But none of them are considered quick???

  • AddingVelocityDontTellMe

    adidas doesnt have marketability i dont think anyone will ever put an adidas shoe in their top 5 all time basketball kicks

  • robb

    I hate Adidas but I’m sure the T-Mac 3 and the KB8 are considered top 5 by many

  • AddingVelocityDontTellMe

    when the Kb8′s were out idk if ppl were on them like they are today. the adidas pro model 2g were good basketball shoes but adidas can never make a classic shoe something that just makes you say i need to cop those like the kobe space shoes you still had to consider. The TMacs were hot because TMAC wore them not because the shoe was tight. If Tmac wore starbury’s he would make them look good it’s just his style of play that made you want tmac’s gear.

  • urriah

    i frequent forums (solecollector) and i can tell you one thing.. if you ask someone who have played in the Supernatural Creator (or commander), Rose 1, Rose 1.5. its more likely that its in their top 5 list (performance or looks).

    it all boils down to (as you said) the marketing aspect, which i kinda agree. since its not marketed that well, not a lot of people are giving adidas the chance it deserves. And it doesn’t help that Nike has an amazing marketing strategy. i mean, how can you sell a shoe made out of cork right?