With the next generation of adiZero expected to drop in December, it is no surprise that we’ve spotted a player training in what we believe to be a blacked out version of the much anticipated speed boot. While Messi tested a blackout version of the boot earlier this year, Luis Suarez made himself the second athlete who is thought to be testing adidas’ next speed boot release.
Specs wise, the latest adiZero will feature many of the features we have come to expect including adidas’ Sprint Frame and Sprint Skin. As with the adiZero miCoach adiZero III (we are tentatively going to be calling it that) will also be miCoach compatible, meaning that you will be able to track your stats on the pitch and during training. The Sprint Web has been altered as it now has a new 3D texture that is meant to aid control and touch when dribbling at high speed.
However, Suarez is training in the leather version of adidas’ upcoming speed boot release. This is identifiable by the stitching on the upper, and it will be smooth on the synthetic version of the boot. It is anticipated that the whole section from the mid foot to the toe of the boot will be leather. This is a change from what we have on the current adiZero, where only a small section from the toe is leather, while the rest of the boot is synthetic. A move which we think could prove to be popular.
While adidas have penned down a December release for the new adiZero in their catalogues, one or two sources have informed us that adidas intend on bringing forward the release date of the boot to November, something we will definitely be keeping our eye on. What do you make of the new F50 adiZero TRX?