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Kobe Bryant’s adidas Crazy 1 and Crazy 97 EQT Returning in 2022

adidas Crazy 97 EQT Slam Dunk Lakers GY4520 2022

The estate of Kobe Bryant ended their partnership with Nike, and now it appears that adidas will bring back some of Kobe Bryant’s popular models in 2022. Known as the Kobe 1 (Crazy 1) and EQT Elevation (Crazy 97 EQT).

Kobe Bryant signed with adidas in 1996. However, he would eventually sign with Nike in 2003. During his rookie year, Bryant wore the Crazy 97 EQT, and to celebrate the 2022 NBA All-Star Game in Cleveland, the model will release in a Purple and Gold colorway, representing the Lakers. He wore the pair when he won the 1997 NBA Dunk Contest. Also dropping is a Blue and Orange pair that represents the ’97 All-Star Weekend in Cleveland.

The Crazy 1, originally known as the Kobe 1, was Kobe Bryant’s first signature shoe and dropped in 2001. The ‘Sunshine’ iteration will make a return in April for the McDonald’s All-American Game. Also returning is the ’Stormtrooper’ that comes in White and Black.

adidas Kobe Bryant Crazy 1 + 97 EQT 2022 Release Details

Below you can check out more images of the upcoming releases that will give you a closer look. You can expect both the adidas Kobe Crazy 1 and 97 EQT color options to starting early 2022 at select retailers and adidas.com. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.

adidas Crazy 1 Sunshine
Release Date: April 2022
Style Code: GY3808

adidas Crazy 1 Kobe Sunshine GY3808 2021 Release Date Info

adidas Crazy 1 Stormtrooper
Release Date: 2022
Style Code: GY3810

adidas Crazy 1 Kobe Stormtrooper GY3810 2022 Release Date Info

adidas Crazy 97 EQT Lakers
Release Date: February 2022
Style Code: GY4520

adidas Crazy 97 EQT Slam Dunk Lakers GY4520 2022 Release Date Info

adidas Crazy 97 EQT
Release Date: February 2022
Style Code: GY9125

adidas Crazy 97 EQT Kobe All-Star GY9125 2022 Release Date Info

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Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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