Ramping up the demand levels ahead of the imminent launch, several adidas pros across the continent have been putting the new Virtuso pack through its paces, and at the same time giving the world its first proper look at the Three Stripes’ next on-pitch look.

On their return from international duty many pros have been slipping into the unreleased adidas Virtuso pack for training this week. The new pack features a white base across all four silos, with accents of different colours reserved for each, most notably present in the Three Stripes branding on every boot. The Predator features blue pops, the COPA has green, the Nemeziz goes pink and the X has yellow. It’s an altogether clean aesthetic that’s sure to stand out on pitch, it being one of the first packs to go predominantly white since Nike’s Just Do It Pack from the 2018 World Cup.

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The boots are popping up all over Europe, with Real Madrid being a prime place to go to see them. Karim Benzema and Marcelo debuted the X, while Lucas Vázquez was showing off the pink of the Nemeziz 19.1 and Nacho was in the COPA. Only missing the Predator, which was spotted over with bitter rivals Barca, on the feet of Carles Aleñá. Fellow Barca teammate Jean-Clair Todibo was in the COPA.

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Elsewhere in Europe, Empoli defender Matias Silvestre was another one giving the X 19.1 a run out, while keeper Marcel Hartel of 1 FC Union Berlin was also spotted in the Nemeziz. Meanwhile, rather than just testing the Nemeziz out in training, Real Betis forward Cristian Tello brazenly showed off his new boots on Insta…

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With a fresh look for spring, the Virtuso pack is set to launch on April 2 and it will almost definitely be featuring on pitches across Europe this weekend, as domestic league action returns.

You'll be able to pick them up at prodirectsoccer.com on April 2.