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adidas Copa Gloro 18.2 "White/Silver/Red"

Continuing to use their Copa Gloro 18.2 silo as a tribute to iconic colourways of yesteryear, adidas serve up another dish of nostalgia with a "White/Red/Silver" combination inspired by Predator perfection.

The latest colourway is taken straight from the adidas Predator Precision "Champions League" design in 2001. Yep, the exact colourway worn by David Beckham when he curled home that free-kick at Old Trafford against Greece on October 6th 2001 – a stoppage time winner that sent England to the 2002 World Cup in South Korea & Japan.


That goal was a dream move for adidas. A landmark moment from a Predator icon, bending in a free-kick with a football boot marketed around shooting and precision. The red tongue, silver stripes, and white leather upper return for a blast of glorious nostalgia as adidas bring them together on the Copa Gloro 18.2 silo. You'll do very well to find a better boot for £90, we'll say that much.

Below: The original "White/Silver/Red" Predator Precision worn by David Beckham in 2001.


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