adidas primeknit 2.0 football boots offer new comfort & support levels adidas primeknit 2.0 football boots offer new comfort & support levels
apr 20, 2015

adidas primeknit 2.0 football boots offer new comfort & support levels

adidas primeknit 2.0 football boots offer new comfort & support levels
images courtesy of adidas

 

 

 

following the launch of the original boots in 2014, the all-new adidas ‘primeknit 2.0’ football cleats lead the way in terms of comfort and support, by enhancing advanced compression fit technology. constructed from heel to toe in the innovative knitted material, the footwear is said to be the best fitting ones in the world, using insights gained from the ‘samba’ and ‘FS‘ prototypes. it includes a compression tongue, that has lycra yarns which wrap around the midfoot area and provide a maximum lockdown effect.

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they are said to be world’s best fitting football boots

 

 

 

as well as this, the adidas ‘primeknit 2.0’ boot’s anatomical heel shape and design follows the natural form of the back of the foot to provide optimum support. at the forefront, the structure aids control by offering a 3D texture that combines ultimate ball touch with maneuverability and traction. furthermore, its outer shell comprises of a zoned knitted upper with a lightweight vacuum coated skin, which protects the yarns and retains its soft surface – making it suitable for use in any weather or on any pitch. the new products are the latest pair to join the brand’s ‘limited collection’ line, which was first introduced alongside the ‘adizero 99g‘.

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top view of the knitted shoes

 

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the forefoot’s structure has been specifically designed to aid control

 

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its zoned knitted upper has a lightweight vacuum coated skin that protects the yarns

 

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the new anatomical heel shape follows the natural form of the back of the foot

 

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the molded studs

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