Soccer News — March 18, 2014 at 3:54 pm

Adidas F50 adizero Crazy Light Now Available!

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The standard F50 adizero is already the lightest boot around, but Adidas has gone and made it lighter! Weighing in at a mere 4.7 ounces (135 Grams), the F50 adizero Crazy Light is the lightest boot ever! With several changes such as a new upper and redesigned SprintFrame and stud pattern, the Crazy Light adizero manages to shave a pretty significant amount of weight off of already lightweight boot.

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The colorway is also a talking point, and certainly not what you might consider low-profile. It features a very “fast” looking design, with highly contrasting green and black coloring, finished off with a vibrant orange color. The bold styling makes the already unique Crazy Light even that much more crazy.

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Keep in mind that this is not the 99 Gram adizero that was showed off by Adidas several months ago, but is instead an entirely different design. It is essentially the second coming of the F50 adizero Prime, an ultra-light variation of the adizero model from several years ago.

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The F50 adizero Crazy Light is available for Pre-Order right now, but simply as a limited edition release, so if you want a pair, get them right away! As of right now, they will only be produced and available in US size 8, 9 and 10, so please keep that in mind. CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER!

Joshua Vujovic (1052 Posts)

My goal is to provide the most detailed, in-depth reviews on all the latest soccer gear. Its very easy to get caught up in all of the hype around the latest soccer equipment, but we're here to point you in the right direction. As a product tester, I always give my honest, unbiased opinion on everything that gets tested, ensuring that you're always getting the most accurate information possible


33 Comments

  1. Josh,I really need your help.Should I get a nike mercurial vapor 8 or a adidas f50 adizero 4 as I have a nike mercurial veloce.

  2. Hi my names Tyler and i have wide feet and i really want the new messi boots rainbow ones could i get messi boots in a wider version.

  3. hey are they going to come out with the crazy lights for kids ? please email me

    • Most likely not. As far as I know, this is a limited release from Adidas that will only be produced in mens size 8, 9 and 10US.

  4. hey josh
    any news on the mizuno af k2 review? please!

    btw where is the magista nike coming out for purchase?

    thanks heaps

    keep up the good work!

  5. i mean when is the magista nike coming out

  6. Can you make a review and test for these cleats before they are released please?

  7. Josh when are you getting the new f50 crazylight’s ?

  8. Josh would you say that they will look different in person than they do on the picture ?

  9. I’m normally 10.5 uk size will I be able to fit in a Adidas Adizero F50 crazylight

  10. Hi Josh i recently purchased a pair of F50 adizeros but they ripped apart and the stud plate has nearly fallen off and i have only used them for about 4 hours. Is this a durability issue for a pair of adizeros. Please reply as I am in need of some genuine advice.

    • Sounds like a manufacturing defect. Obviously you got a bad pair. Get in contact with the Adidas warranty department or even the place you bought them from and they should help you out.

  11. Hey Josh! I have a question for you, if you have to choose between the Nike Tiempo Genio and Adidas Adipure 11nova ( the new model, samba pack) which one would you choose? Im on a budget of $50, thanks.

  12. Josh when are you doing the unboxing on the f50 crazylight ?

  13. how do i order the adidass crazy light

  14. hey josh could you do a video of the Evolution of the Adidas adizero f50

  15. How long will the addidas F50 adizero Crazy Light be sold. Until what date?

  16. Thanks for responding josh, I have one final question would you recommend the crazy lights in general, would it be a pair of shoes u would recommend ?

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