adidas adiPURE I to IV - Football Boots Vault


To tie in with the new release of the adidas adiPURE IV football boots we've opened up the SoccerBible boot vault once again to take a look at all four incarnations of the adiPURE football boots. Since their introduction to the boot market back in 2007 the adiPURE boots have received many plaudits and won a lot of fans...

Introduced by adidas at the end of 2007, the adiPURE series took inspiration from years of adidas history and heritage, added with modern technology and construction. Adidas built on the consistent popularity of boots such as the adidas World Cup and Copa Mundial by introducing a classic looking boot with improved sole plates, comfort and durability.

The adiPURE boots were worn by some of the biggest players in the world. The original boots were debuted by the then World Player of the Year Kaka and were designed with the help of the Brazilian. Other names that have made the adiPURE boots famous over the years are Frank Lampard, Xabi Alonso and Gareth Barry.

As the adiPURE has changed and evolved over the years, the variations in designs have divided opinions between adiPURE fans. It seems everyone has a different favorite. Although there have been cosmetic differences such as positional changes of the lacing system, the key core aspects of the PURE have remained the same - materials, craftsmanship and design.

The adiPURE boots have always been made from the finest k-leather that is not only soft and supple but tough too. They have built a reputation on their comfort and feel for the ball. Now that we ve taken a quick look back at the growing family of adiPURE boots, which one is your favorite?

Stay tuned to the SoccerBible as we reveal even more soccer cleats from the Boot Vault, showcasing the best retro, classic and once forgotten boots and bringing them back to life!