Packer brand director Victor Kan reveals the Adidas Crazy IIInfinity Chalk colorway
Blending all three Adidas Kobe models, the Adidas Crazy IIInfinity Chalk pays homage to the classic Kobe line within the brand with three stripes. It even features traits from the unreleased Adidas Kobe 3. Adidas has selected Packer to be the only retailer for the sale of the “Chalk” colorway of the upgraded silhouette and has dropped an official lookbook.
With a blend of soft, lightweight mesh and leather overlays, the Adidas Crazy IIInfinity Chalk colorway has a style that is reminiscent of the 1990s. The high-fashion and contemporary shoes can be used for casual wear or even on the hardwood floor, if you dare.
It is directly influenced by the Crazy 1, the shoe formerly known as the KOBE. The distinctive appearance is strongly influenced by the Audi TT Roadster in terms of shape, and is carried over to its contemporary replacement. There’s definitely a number of changes as the variant adopts the original’s lace unit and enhances it with a zippered shroud along and updated tooling.
Making its debut in the Chalk colorway, the IIInfinities was seen in numerous hues at the Adidas “Remember The Why” event. Recently, Packer’s brand director Victor Kan featured the Chalks on Instagram.
The official release time for the Adidas Crazy IIInfinity Chalk has been confirmed by the footwear brand for a July 19 release at 11 AM EST. However, sneaker heads won’t be able to buy the $160 shoes directly from Adidas since Packer‘s online and physical stores will be the only places to cop the pair.