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Fresh or stealth? Unboxing of the two-sided F50 Adizero

Two very different sides of the Adidas F50 Adizero have landed on stock and our boot expert Joltter, has gotten his hands on them. They are truly night and day, the good and evil, or to put it more simply; the fresh and the stealth. Join a dressed up Joltter, as he unboxes' the two new Adidas F50 Adizero boots.

There have been plenty of boots releases this summer, the one more colourful than the other. Purple, pink, yellow, orange, neon, silver and the list goes on. Few colours are however as classic as black and white and Adidas know this better than anyone. It was therefore not much of a surprise – but still a very nice surprise – that the German boot giant, launched two Adidas F50 Adizero boots in black and white simultaneously.

You can say what you like about the boots, but they certainly are an odd couple. Two boot-twins that are very similar, but yet still have completely the opposite feel and aura to them. We pulled the two twins into the studio and pulled Joltter from the football pitch, so that he could unbox the boots.

For two boots that are this classy, you need to dress to impress and Joltter certainly picked an outfit to match the occasion. To unbox a pair of black and white boots like this, Joltter stepped up his shirt game and celebrated the arrival of the boots in style.

With the white and black boots the big question of the summer continues. Are you Fresh or Stealth? It can be hard to choose, but no matter what your attitude towards football boots is, you should have plenty of options when hunting for a boot that suits your style.

However you probably shouldn't let the evil version of Joltter stay with your boots too long. We have certainly learned that after this unboxing, if you want to know what we mean by that, watch the video above.

Adidas F50 Adizero has been launched in two new colourways, white and black respectively. What do you think about the two colourways? And which one is your favourite? As always we would love to hear from you in the comment-section down below, or on Twitter and Facebook.