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Adidas have released their 2013 NBA All-Star footwear line-up, that will be worn during the NBA All-Star game by the likes of Dwight Howard, Tim Duncan, and Jrue Holiday. 

Players will be wearing new, special colourways of the D Howard Light, adiZero Crazy Light 2 and the brand new Crazy Fast, when they take to the floor in Houston next month. 

The shoes will feature camo patterns, inspired by Houston's history of aviation, speed and style. 


Adidas Crazy Fast

The brand new Crazy Fast shoe features a different SPRINTWEB with tighter panels that will provide more playing support, and reduce the weight of the shoe.

Holiday and Duncan are rumoured to be the ones who will be rocking the Crazy Fast for the All-Star game, in a bold green zest colour.


D Howard Light

The D Howard Light will be featured in an impact camo red colourway, that features a reflective tongue made with the chrome from the back of a CD, linking in to Howard's love of music. 


Crazy Light 2

The Crazy Light 2 will be worn in an impact camo green zest colourway, and at 9.5 ounces, it's still the lightest shoe in the world.

The shoes will be available from Adidas, and select Houston outlets on 1st Feburary.
 

Written by Emma McMillan — January 30, 2013

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