Making their first on-pitch moves of the new year adidas have launched the "Exhibit Pack", featuring fresh designs across the COPA, Predator, X, and Nemeziz boots. Clean sweep, bold colours, dished out to their full squad of contracted players to wear from this weekend onwards.

The "Exhibit Pack" marks the first on-pitch pack release for adidas in 2019 following the far more understated – but no less appealing – "Archetic Pack". The campaign messaging for the new collection reads “No Fakers. Creators Only”, and as you’d expect, all of adidas’s main assets are on board and ready to put on a show as the return of the Champions League edges closer, along with the business end of the domestic season.


First up we get the COPA 19+, arriving in a colourway that’s not all that dissimilar to the "Archetic Pack" release, with a core black upper. The key difference here though comes in the bright "Solar Yellow" trim that features around the collar, studs and branding. This is a marked difference from the debut “Champagne” release, and you can expect to see Paulo Dybala leading the COPA charge on pitch.


The new look for the Predator 19+ sees the control boot arrive in a bold blue colourway with silver and red accents that pop throughout. It’s enough of a step away from the “Deadly Strike” Predator from 2018, which featured a similar blue upper, and if anything the hints of red actually conjure images of the iconic Predator Precision. Yep, we’ll take that all day long. As always, Pogba will be the driving force behind the Predator’s on-pitch performances.


Line up the "Exhibit Pack", and at first glance it’s the Nemeziz that stands out most thanks to its “Solar Yellow” colourway. Hard to miss. That colour also features on the metallic-effect soleplate. The only other colour pops come from the contrasting blue Three Stripes and the red stud tips. Expect to see the likes of Roberto Firmino and Jesse Lingard, and also a certain Lionel Messi who will ditch his own signature colourway in favour of these.


Landing in an active red colourway, the X also boasts flashes of silver, most notably on the Three Stripes and then on the forefoot of the outstanding chrome soleplate that cuts back to the dark blue heel cup. Mo Salah, Gabriel Jesus and Gareth Bale will be switching into these, or the laced 19.1 versions, this weekend, if they haven't already.

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