Adidas have just unveiled their newest offspring from the F50 Adizero-collection, and the ultralight boot has now reached it's fourth generation. The Adizero has been given a facelift and a few drastic changes to the boots technology. These new modifications are what our WebTV host, Jakob, will be taking a look at today, where you get a presentation of the new Adizero-model.
With this latest generation of Adizero there has, as you would expect, been a design update. Just like with last years boot, Adidas has tried to make it even more futuristic than the year before. At the same time, a few things have been changed technology-wise, and this is what Jakob will be looking at.
Adidas have changed a fair bit, including the Sprintweb-construction and have actually entirely removed the support-band, that went all the way across the instep, on last years model. At the same time the Adidas stripes have, quite brilliantly, been made into Sprintweb as well as being coated with 3D texture, so they grip the ball better. This means that the famous Adidas stripes serve three purposes; Sprintweb, branding and gripping panel.
The upper has also been given an overhaul and at the same time Jakob also tells us what's going on with the outer-sole of the boot - (well actually, how little there's going on.) Furthermore you also get explained the differences, between the microfibre and the leather-mode, as there are actually quite a few fundamental and central areas where the boots differ.
All this and more, can be seen in our WebTV-presentation of Adidas F50 Adizero down bellow.
What do you say to the new Adizero? Is the colour too much, or is the design just right? We would love to hear your thoughts on Messi, Robben, Villa and Benzemas new boot in the comment-section down bellow.