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A beast like no other - Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto has landed

Oh my... It is hard to put words to the explosion of colour that meets you with the new Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto boot. The boot comes with a pattern that I don't think we have ever seen on a football boot before, and which we believe will split the crowd. Come along as we take a closer look at the crazy and wild new boot right here.

We are seeing a mix of orange, blue, white, neon, black, red, yellow, green and then there is naturally a lion displayed on upper from the midfoot and all the way to the nose of the boot. To complement the lion, you can see a sci-fi pattern around the heel area. Something we can already now conclude is that the new Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto is a unique football boot. It is the absolute opposite to a classic boot; but if you are into loud colours and don't mind being a little provocative in your display, then this is a boot that you need for your collection.

Are you looking to get your hands on the unique Yamamoto boot, then you can already now pre-order it. It is a limited edition and there is only produced 2000 pairs worldwide, and therefore there is a 1 pair limit per customer. - price €282

Adidas have, over the last years, cooperated with the highly renowned designer Yohji Yamamoto, and we are now seeing the result in the form of the unique Y-3 collection, which include a line of sneakers and shoes. And now Yamamoto has also had his hands on the football boots, and the Japanese artist has certainly made his mark on the F50 boot. The Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto may be considered just as much a piece of art as a football boot, and no matter how you are planning to make use of the boot, there is no denying that this is a truly unique football boot.

The first Adidas F50 Yamamoto where introduced back in 2006-2007, and since then we have been treated with multiple and highly distinctive Yamamoto designs. This time around Yohji Yamamoto has really outdone himself and created a boot that is so wild and crazy, that we think there can only be two different opinions to it: either you hate it, or you love it.

If you are amongst the crowd who loves the boot, there is good reason to pay close attention and be quick on your keyboard. Adidas will only put out 2000 pairs of this boot across the world, hereby making this boot, not only unique in terms of design, but also a very limited item.

The boot itself is an Adidas F50 Adizero as we know it, yet it still distinguishes itself a little from the original model. On the inside of the boot it has been equipped with a lining of suede, which provides a truly comfortable fit, and makes it feel as soft and nice as a kitten, although you have roaring lion on the outside.

Are you looking to get your hands on the unique Yamamoto boot, then you can already now pre-order it. It is a limited edition and there is only produced 2000 pairs worldwide, and therefore there is a 1 pair limit per customer. - price €282

The upper is made of the Adidas Hybrid Touch material, but it has a rough and rather textured surface that may creates associations to the skin of a wild lion, ready to put in an attack. The upper is very supple and will surely provide a nice touch on the ball, including a good fit in the boot.

The thought behind the design of the upper is inspired by the rich Japanese history coupled with modern future. Back in the day when Japan was ruled by the emperor, and the lion-dogs would guard the royal leader. It is the same lion-dog that can be seen displayed on the upper. The emperor rule is a long time ago now, and today the country is a technological leader, and therefore there was found space for a sci-fi pattern around the heel of the boot. The contrast of the sci-fi and the lion, together represent the future and the past, just as any football club values its proud history and believes in a bright future.

This special design and the mix of past and future is something that the designer Yohji Yamamoto hopes that the players can bring with the onto the pitch, along with the boots: “ I hope the inspiration of the boot harmonises the players and gives them extra confidence to express themselves without any fear.” says the Japanese designer. And it is definitely certain that one should not be afraid to stand out with these Adidas F50 Yamamoto's on your feet.

Are you looking to get your hands on the unique Yamamoto boot, then you can already now pre-order it. It is a limited edition and there is only produced 2000 pairs worldwide, and therefore there is a 1 pair limit per customer. - price €282

The boot itself is an Adidas F50 Adizero as we know them. This means that this model also sticks to the extremely light Sprintframe outsole, which weighs next to nothing. Although it, in some areas, is no more than 1 mm thick, it is highly durable and springy. This provides a very explosive kick-off to feed your rapid acceleration.

The stud configuration is one we know very well, and is known as the Traxion 2.0 configuration. It is based on the triangular studs which have become so characteristic for Adidas boots. They provide an incredible grip to the pitch, whether you are looking to turn, accelerate, or decelerate, they provide the necessary conditions for you to get to the ball first.

The Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto is wilder than wild, and with this boot, Adidas have created something truly unique in the world of football boots. We are certain that this boot will split the crowd, and some are gonna love it, while others are gonna loathe it. Regardless of opinion, we here at Unisportstore welcome the Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto.

Are you looking to get your hands on the unique Yamamoto boot, then you can already now pre-order it. It is a limited edition and there is only produced 2000 pairs worldwide, and therefore there is a 1 pair limit per customer. - price €282

The Adidas F50 Adizero Yamamoto will surely split the crowd. It presents a unique design, delivered by the Japanese designer. What do you think of the boot? Is the design top of the shelf, or over the top? Feel free to leave a comment, either in the box below or on Facebook and Twitter.