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Just when you thought Crossover Culture couldn’t put out any more new dope stuff, they come out with a whole new collection debuting new new models. The Quickstrike Collection is releasing in honor of the annual Ballislife All- American game. The whole purpose of this event is to give a platform for west coast high school basketball players who were not selected in other All-American games.
The first of these two new models is the Kayo LP 2, which retails for $110. Starting off with the upper, Crossover Culture uses a TPU coated mesh for durability and support. LP2 foam is making its debut on these two new models; Crossover Culture’s updated foam cushioning setup, which provides long lasting bounce and impact protection. The outsole pattern is inspired by shark teeth and should really bite those floors hard and give you good stops. The Kayo LP 2 will be releasing in the Black Night colorway and the Ice colorway.
The second new model being debuted is the KI LO LP 2, a lower cut and minimalistic model compared to the Kayo LP 2. The materials are a 3D molded knit that has some full grain leather on the eyelets and going down across the lateral and medial sides of the forefoot. As with all these models, the setup being used is the new LP2 foam with the Wishbone TPU shank for stability and support. The two colorway s releasing for this model are the same as the Kayo LP 2: Black Night and Ice, retail is set at $110.
These kicks are available on Eastbay.com and CrossoverCulture.com for purchase now. Cop yours while you can, these colorways and new models look dope and promising. Looking forward to testing out that LP2 Foam and seeing how it differs from the original LP foam.
h/t: Crossover Culture/Eastbay.