Adidas Releases Two New Shoes Under CrazyPower Model

Adidas appears to be joining the mix in the recent new training shoe releases.

They recently shared their new weightlifting shoe, the Leistung 16 II, but now they’ve posted two other shoes under their CrazyPower models.

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The first shoe is the Adidas CrazyPower TR, which is similar in name to the Reebok CrossFit Speed TR (a subsidiary of Adidas).

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This shoe is a cross trainer and has a very similar look to the Nike Metcon 3s.

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This shoe is currently available on pre-order at Box Basics for $119.95 and is set to ship by mid-January. Below is a list of the features posted on Box Basics website.

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  • Textile and synthetic upper with RPU protective cage: Adds durability
  • Wider forefoot and raised toe cap: Provides extra stability, traction and allows your forefoot to splay naturally
  • Comfortable textile lining and low-profile cushioning with rubber cage: Provides additional comfort and support
  • PRO MODERATOR™ heel support: Stabilizes the heel
  • TRAXION™ outsole: Provides maximum grip in all directions
  • DROP: 3 mm
  • WEIGHT: 12.1 ounces

The other new model is the CrazyPower Weightlifting shoe. This shoe is currently available on an Adidas UK Specialty Sports site for 139.95 Euros or 145.60 USD.

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The black model looks similar to the new Reebok Legacy Lifter, minus the dual strap. Below is a list of this shoe’s features.

  • Mesh-sock upper with a mesh vamp overlay for maximum breathability
  • Lace-up construction with wide midfoot strap for extra support
  • Full sock-like lining for a tight, smooth fit
  • Flex grooves in forefoot for natural movement
  • TPU in heel for added support
  • Anatomically shaped outsole with anti-slip rubber material; Full length for consistent ground contact

The heel is made has a TPU insert, which is a lightweight durable thermoplastic polyurethane. This is the same type of heel a lot of Reebok lifting shoes utilize.

There’s a single strap and mesh throughout for breathability during workouts.

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It’s also important to point out that these lifters don’t have a tongue, which is different than your typical weightlifting shoe.

The sole of the shoe is completely flat to support full ground contact, and the heel looks to be a little pointed.

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These two new shoes under the CrazyPower model have multiple similarities to current shoes on the market (Nike Metcon 3s and Reebok Legacy Lifters). Some of this could be in relation to the fact that Reebok is a subsidiary of Adidas.

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