The Predator 24 releases keep coming, and they keep getting better and better, with adidas wrapping their latest silhouette in darkness and adding it to the ‘Black Pack’.

Last week we got the triple white version of the Predator 24 as part of the ‘Pearlized Pack’, but now we get the polar opposite, as adidas offer up a complete contrast with the ‘Black Pack’ version. It once again sees all colour removed from the three fit options —laced, laceless and the classic laced variant with a fold over tongue.

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The only actual hint of colour on the upper comes from the branding and heel cup, which both take on an iridescent oily shimmer, while the soleplate of the fold-over tongue version features a special metallic-chrome finish.

For those that might have missed it, the Predator 24 is the lightest Predator ever made, ensuring top-level performance at the elite level of the game. That’s achieved in large part through the use of elevated materials throughout the upper, combined with the Control Frame 2.0, a new lightweight, full-length outsole. Evolving from its predecessor, Control Frame, the technology moves away from a two-part configuration and works in harmony with an external heel counter to keep the foot locked in position and help reduce heel slip.

That sits below the HybridTouch 2.0 upper, a refreshed synthetic material with a suede-like feel that replicates the adaptability of leather. It provides a moulded fit with cushioning in key contact areas for comfort and a soft touch on the ball.

And of course, what would a Predator be without those strategically placed rubber fins, known as Strikeskin Technology, positioned in strike zones to support ball grip for precision shot-making.

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