Wiki(Boot)Leaks: AdiPure 11pro Specs!

adiPure 11Pro SL

The new adidas adiPure 11Pro has now been officially released, so please check out our new post with the launch details for more information.

Adidas seem to be dominating the boot market these days, and the new AdiPure 11pro could further extend Adidas claim as the dominant company in the football boot arms race.

Way back in April, Bastian Schweinsteiger caused a ripple amongst football equipment websites when he launched Bayern Munich’s 2011/2012 home kit wearing what looked to be a very unique boot. Soccer Reviews launched an investigation into the boot and we came up with the conclusion that we were potentially looking at the predecessor of the current AdiPures. And it looks like our pot shot was bang on target.

Introducing the brand new AdiPure 11pro. We exclusively presented the release date to our faithful readers in our latest Boot Calendar, and now we present the specs of what Adidas hopes will give it complete dominance over the football boot market.

This boot really can’t be called a ‘heritage’ boot anymore, Adidas have gone all in with this boot and there are certainly one or two impressive aspects of the boot. While the boot sounds extremely promising, there are one or two aspects of the boot that may disappoint one or two boot fans.

The change of upper has seen the AdiPure 11pro ditch the shackles of being a ‘heritage’ boot. The AdiPure 11pro features an ultrasoft Taurus leather upper that has been made famous by the Predator range. This covers the majority of the boot, however, the main kicking area of the boot features k-leather. The k-leather areas are coated with a new DuraCoating to protect the upper.

The 360° Support Saddle is perhaps the most revolutionary piece of technology in the new AdiPure 11pro. We aren’t a 100% sure of what it is, but it’s a fulle enginereed, ultra-thin, anatomically shaped saddle which has been welded into the three stripes onto the instep of the boot. This is said to aid midfoot stability. The AdiPure 11pro will also have micoach compatibility.

When combined with the Traxion SprintFrame, the weight is further decreased and Adidas have said to have found the perfect balance between stability and weight. New studs have also been given their debut on the AdiPure 11pro. The new Traxion 2.0 stud configuration aids high energy movement and increases acceleration.

All in all, it sounds like Adidas certainly has the draft of a very decent boot. It like a good boot, but what silo is it going to be under? It’s n0t really a heritage boot without the 100% k-leather upper, yet there aren’t enough ‘control’ aspects of the boot to draw comparisons between it and the CTR 360 Maestri. It’ll be interesting to see how Adidas will market the new AdiPure 11pro.

The AdiPure Pro is expected to retail at $150 and will be released by February the 1st. What do you think about the new AdiPure 11pro?

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Posted on June 09, 2011

Comments on “Wiki(Boot)Leaks: AdiPure 11pro Specs!”

  1. Rafael commented on April 19, 2012 Reply

    i want some

  2. John commented on August 2, 2011 Reply

    So much tech in a pair of boots for WHAT, I can understand it for the professional or the aspiring pros, but for the general public??? I’m pretty sure that 90% of the people who will get the micoach version will get over using it simply because the amount of information will be overwhelming, sports conditioning is a science on its own, so all that data that the micoach will give amateur will be either way to complicated to use fully or way too dumbed down to make any difference…….Sorry guys, but lets focus on what a footy boot is SUPPOSED to do, allow us to play the game in comfort (and for some in style), if you feel that you aren’t fast enough or that you aren’t getting enough power in your shots or that your touch keeps getting awa from you, don’t go and splash out on a pair of boots that you think will fix your problem, get out onto the pitch and practice what you are struggling with, no boots will make you better, that much is for sure!!! LONG LIVE THE SIMPLE COMFORTABLE BOOTS!!!

    • Ray commented on September 10, 2011 Reply

      ^ this guy is the only one on hear that is making sense, well played sir 😛

  3. Woldstad commented on June 13, 2011 Reply

    BTW There is no way that these will retail for $150. With miCoach and all of the other new technologies in it, Adidas will most likely jack the price up, just like the Primes.

  4. Woldstad commented on June 13, 2011 Reply

    Pretty nice

  5. Jazzy commented on June 11, 2011 Reply

    by the way, I think this is a boot with an integrated GPS tracking system.
    why else does it say micoach on the pic. Also, when you look at the sole, there is a bump under the adidas logo..

  6. Omer commented on June 10, 2011 Reply

    The SL version will be in full kangaroo leather

  7. Taylor Davidson commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    only 150$????????????- and they look dope

  8. Spark55 commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    To people who don’t like the new added tech/appearnce of adipures: adidas still has copas as their heritage boot. I think adipures SHOULD be modernized.

  9. Johnny commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    From the information I’ve gotten on these they will cost $150.

  10. Martin commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    tiempos are nice as well as these

  11. Omer commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    why adipure 11pro, whats the point about the 11 lol, they will be released in feb2012 so why 11?
    and taurus leather…. so bad.. why to change the softwst leather in your touch boot?

    • Joshua Hunter Greer commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

      maybe cause there are 11 people on each team on the field at once…

  12. Ariel Marlowe commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    I dont think they should change the Heritage of the adipure. I know Nike has changed the Tiempo and its rather sad because i enjoy the simplicity of the Heritage boots. I dont need technology on my feet. I need a soft leather and dependable studs.
    Hopefully this is an additional release to the adipure line. Itd be a shame if this is a replacement

  13. Diego commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    Nice, k-leather wouldve been better. and not really feeling the green line through the front of the boot. Schweinsteiger’s boots look really good though 🙂

  14. Jazzy commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    Adipures are insanely popular in the lower leagues because of their classiness and matureness.
    please don’t mess up the only classic boot you have left. Adipures do NOT need flashy green.

  15. Raffer commented on June 9, 2011 Reply

    Good weight, and I also like the design. Seems to be a nice boot. Nike is far far away in this boot race, and I wonder if they can ever come back.

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