Here's the great looking new adidas adiPure III football boots that have been doing the rounds on various football blogs and forums, but the SoccerBible has the full exclusive images and tech specs.
The adidas adiPure football boots range is only on its third generation, but already the boots have gained quite a reputation as a classy performer that is both comfortable and gives a good feel for the ball.
The new adiPure III football boots are a recent release, and yet we have already seen three colourways. This third colourway makes the boldest statement of them all, as the Metallic Gold/Black colour scheme makes quite an impact on the pitch.
Both the adiPure I and the adiPure II football boots were extremely popular, with an impressive list of wearers including Kaka, Frank Lampard, David Silva, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Karim Benzema, Xabi Alonso and Diego Milito, who debuted this new colourway. So, do the third generation live up to the high standards set by the previous boots?
The most impressive feature of adiPure football boots is the
comfortable kangaroo leather upper, which enhances your ball feel. And
for the adiPure III football boots the upper is once again extremely
soft and comfortable, with a vamp stitched and tailored to player
movement and ball strike, so the leather offers maximum support with minimum stretch.
The fit has been improved once again by combining design elements of both
the adiPure I and II. The lacing is asymmetrical for a cleaner kicking
surface, and the flat laces and loop construction create a smoother
ball contact surface, and adidas have also re-introduced the independent padded
tongue. This new system combines with the soft padded boot collar for a
snug fit, and the lining of the sockliner is almost suede-like so it is
non-slip to prevent rubbing.
The adiPure III football boots combine the required softness to the
fore of the boot, with a solid and strong structure at the heel where
it is needed. The re-designed external heel counter has been extended
for maximum stability and protection, to reduce the stress on the
achilles tendon and provide superb comfort. To maintain the high
standards of quality, adidas have used dress leather with a shiny finish around the heel for premium elegance.
The sole-plate once again features adidas' Traxion technology for
optimal grip and pressure distribution, and as an additional feature
the stud tips have been textured to improve ball control in all weather
These new adidas adiPure III football boots are a great looking boot, which ooze class and style. This Metallic Gold and Black colourway should be available to pre-order from Febraury ahead of a March release, for around £110 GBP for the SG and £100 GBP for the FG sole plate version.
So now you've seen them properly, we want to hear what YOU think of the latest installment of the adiPure III series. Good, bad or ugly? Let us know and share your opinion with the world on the SoccerBible now!