This November Adidas unveiled the latest incarnation from the F50 Adizero tree and the ultra light boot has now made it to its fourth generation. The Adizero has been given a facelift, as well as, a few radical changes to the boots technologies – and Jakob has taken it for a spin. So come join us and see as we bring you a review of the new Adizero-model.

With this latest generation Adidas have, as usual, come with a brand new design, that is even more futuristic than last years models and that is somewhat of an achievement. At the same time they have fine-tuned it in places, that required it and these changes are something Jakob will be looking closely at.

Adidas have changed a large part of their Sprintweb-construction and have in fact entirely removed the Sprintweb-band that ran over the boots in-step on the last model and we can already now tell you, that Jakob was thrilled with this exact change.

The upper has been given a small overhaul and at the same time, Jakob also tells us how much, (or how little) that has happened to the boots Sprintframe-sole. Furthermore, he lists the differencess between the synthetic and the leather boot, so you can make an informed decision, when picking out your favourite – Jakob definitely has a clear winner.

All this and more can be seen in our WebTV review of the Adidas F50 Adizero down below.

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What do you say to the new Adizero? Is the colour too “Pang,” or is the design spot on? We would love to hear what you think about Messi, Robben, Villa and Benzemas new boot, in the comment-section below, where you can also ask questions about the boot if you have any.