adidas introduces the ace and X15 football boots, for the next phase of the game adidas introduces the ace and X15 football boots, for the next phase of the game
may 25, 2015

adidas introduces the ace and X15 football boots, for the next phase of the game

adidas introduces the ace and X football boots, for the next phase of the game
all images courtesy of adidas

 

 

 

 

adidas introduces two fresh boots; – the ‘x’ and the ‘ace 15’, said to enhance every aspect of the footballer’s game. the ‘ace 15’ has a modern heel design that wraps around the foot, and comes with a 3D designed front surface that has been developed to absorb impact that will help control the ball. the sole of the boot has added studs, devised to add more traction on the field, and create better possibilities with the ball, giving the player a much better physical advantage on the pitch.

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shell is manufactured from absorbing material

 

 

the ‘x’ cleats focus on weight, with an emphasis on very thin materials for the construction of the boot. the redesigned toe studs are meant to act as a ‘claw’, perfect for defensive position players. the boots have been tested for tear strength and abrasions, ensuring that it provides suitable protection. the shoes have an outsole that offers rigidity and a woven polyester mesh upper body. the adidas football boots – each costing €200 a pair, will replace the older ‘predator’ boots and will be available for pre order from june 5, 2015.

 


behind the scenes look by adidas

 

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more studs for more ball control

 

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3D printed pattern on the ‘ace 15’

 

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made of adidas’s thinnest available material

 

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stud layout acts as a ‘claw’

 

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