The Nitrocharge gets its first taste of Crazylight flavour as adidas strip back their newest silo.

Whereas the 11Pro and Predator Crazylight editions have seen a dramatic reduction in weight the Nitrocharge Crazylight shaves off a mere 10g compared to the standard issues. The crazy dial however is cranked up a few notches with a radical set of visuals that feature a pair of eyes on either side of the boot. The main reason why adidas have struggled to cut the weight of the boot is that the Nitrocharge is already built with a SprintFrame leaving little space for more adjustments.

The Hybridtouch material used in the forefoot is spread over the rest of the upper to replace the mesh quarter on the rear of the standard Nitrocharge. The SprintFrame sole-plate (a set feature across the Crazylight Pack) replaces the EnergyPulse on the chassis and narrower Traxion studs are used for quicker release as adidas try to trim any excess materials.

The adidas Nitrocharge 1.0 Crazylight is available from selected online stockists including Pro-Direct Soccer priced at £185. What's the verdict? Drop us a line in the comments.