This here is the 'Encryption Code' pack and it arrives as the next on-pitch boot collection from adidas. All four leading silos are wrapped in fresh camo-styled colourways and will be worn by all leading adidas athletes throughout November. The Predator 19+, X 19+ and Nemeziz 19+ take on autumnal paint jobs, while a subtle COPA 20+ is given a shimmering shot of new-gen style.

The 'Encryption Pack' finally replaces the 'Hardwired Pack' as adidas' second official on-pitch collection of the 2019/20 season. The Hardwired series has been on the feet of players since August, and while the Three Stripes briefly dished out the 'Input Code' pack to a handful of their players, this latest set of colourways will be worn by all adidas players starting from this weekend as the winter season officially begins in Europe.


Individual camouflage designs have been crafted for each boot, juxtaposed against a matte finish to create a sleek and unique pattern for each silo, and the Predator 19+ has the full camouflage effect with light greens and a pattern that's highlighted against a sock upper in a darker green. White accents are chucked in to standout against the greens of the design.

The Nemeziz 19+ takes on the most obvious camouflaged design as adidas opt for a military themed aesthetic to lead their boots into the run up to Christmas. Shades of whites, greys,and browns scatter themselves across the laceless upper while an injection of bright orange pops on the stripes at the rear the boot. Expect to see the likes of Roberto Firmino, Jesse Lingard and Julian Draxler in this colourway. It's also expected that Messi will switch out of his latest signature colourway in favour for the camo look.


The X 19 is, like the rest of the pack, launched in laceless and laced editions and has received a traditional camouflage colouring of dark greens primarily on the collar and heel of the boot. This is blended with a matte green finish, with solar orange accents adding a bold twist. The new colour up will be worn by leading X players including Gabriel Jesus and Mohamed Salah.

The COPA 20 packs an alternative design as it features a more muted camouflage design, in a variety of dark greys running along the heel and sole plate. The space grey upper contrasts against the camouflage pattern and accents have been created in a lime green for a colour pop against the greys of the boot. It is actually a next-generation update, albeit the most subtle of upgrades, and barley noticeable visually.

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