If the white-out versions of the adipure 11Pro are cool, then these new blacked-out versions are slick...and super-cool! As boot fans there's always a certain classy mystique about an all black football boot, which originates from prototypes. Take a look at the new Black/Black/White adipure 11Pro's and let us know what you think...
Barring the faintest dash of white paint, the new adidas adipure 11Pro football boots are an all black boot. The likes of which has been worn by countless pro's testing out new footwear for brands, making a black-out boot extra special.
Stripped back to their purest form, blacked-out football boots are always a winning formula! Black-out editions have become a tradition with the adiPure range - adidas have released all-black versions of the adiPure III and IV. They're real fan favourites and never fail to provoke a reaction. Time and time again, adidas continue to deliver exceptional blacked-out football boots!
Along with the cool look, adidas use their soft Taurus leather for the upper. A previous success on the Predator range and aided by an ultra thin coating to protect the upper in the main kicking areas, the Taurus leather makes the adipure 11Pro a more durable shoe.
Quite radically for what has become famed as an all leather boot, adidas interrupt the Taurus leather upper with a midfoot synthetic saddle. The anatomically shaped saddle featuring the 3-Stripes, provide the adipure 11Pro with excellent midfoot stability.
Comfort is provided by an anatomically moulded EVA insole, similar to the one featured in the adipure IV, but with the benefit of flexzones in the forefoot to assist movement and improve fit. A soft suede synthetic leather lining provides additional comfort, whilst reducing any foot movement within the boots for a more secure fit.
The Sprintframe construction features a more conical stud shape when compared to the f50, and is a one-piece lightweight engineered outsole which provides a balance between lightweight, acceleration and stability. Such was adidas' confidence in the performance benefits of the revolutionary Sprintframe, that each silo now accommodates the lightweight outsole.
The adiPure may have begun life as a no nonsense football boot, offering high-quality with a traditional old-school feel. But fast forward five years since the boots release and adidas have merged heritage with modern innovation through the brands miCoach technology engineered into the outsole.
Sticking a computer chip inside the adiPure outsole chamber may make the boot less pure, but adidas are continuing to take huge strides in radically overhauling their boot ranges. The benefit of which is to analyse your performance data, as the miCoach Speed Cell measures and stores - time, distance, speed, speed zones and number of sprints during a training session or a match.
Available to pre-order now ahead of their full-release on June 25th, the Black/Black/White adidas adipure 11Pro football boots are only available to exclusive stockists, and are expected to retail globally at around £125 GBP / €150 EURO / $150 USD.
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