adidas have rolled out Crazylight technology across their entire boot range to drop the lightest ever four-silo pack.

Crazylight technology launched in April 2014, with Gareth Bale exclusively wearing the Crazylight f50 during Real Madrid's successful Champions League campaign and now adidas have returned to the tech to drop their first Crazylight pack. The new Predator Crazylight weighs just 215g, the f50 at 140g,11pro at 180g and Nitrocharge weighing in at 225g, thats 60g, 10g, 80g and 10g lighter than the standard versions respectively.

The Predator 20th anniversary celebrations continue with a Crazylight that's one of the 14 special edition Predator Instinct boots to be launched during 2014. adidas have already released the Revenge Pack, a heritage set of three Predators based on the original designs of the 1994 Predator, the 1998 Accelerator and the 2002 Mania and now with the Crazylight Pack, adidas bring ground-breaking lightweight technology to their legendary boot.

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The Predator Crazylight has been designed to combine the complete control of the Predator Instinct with the lightweight technology of the Crazylight range. The boot retains the lethal zone, control pad and pass pad technology of the Predator Instinct while introducing sprintframe technology, which drastically reduces weigh while maintaining the trademark control of the Predator range.

For the f50 and 11pro the adidas Innovation Team developed an innovative next-generation lightweight skin which has drastically reduced the weight on the upper part of the boot. Each silo has been plastered with an eccentric visual design to give the crazy tag a whole different meaning and guarantee maximum on-pitch visibility.

The new adidas Crazylight Pack is available at selected online stockists including Pro-Direct Soccer. Let us know what you think of the collection, drop us a line in the comments.