2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½

2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½
2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½ 2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½

2011 Adidas F50 adizero Prime Football Boots *In Box* FG 10½

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£159.99

Condition of boots - Brand new, unworn example in original Adidas box with tags, replacement insoles and string bag


UK Size - 10½


Made by - Adidas


Studs - Firm ground (moulded)


Made in - China


Associated players - Lionel Messi, Arjen Robben, David Villa


Features - Synthetic upper, 'Sprint frame' technology, Sprintskin technology


Notes - Elite level boots produced by Adidas during 2011 from their iconic F50 adizero speed silo. This rare prime edition of the F50 adizero comes in 20g lighter than the standard model, making this the fastest speed boot on the planet at the time. The upper features an ultralight synthetic and Adidas 'Sprintskin' grooves that allow for increased traction between foot and ball when dribbling at high speeds. Adidas 'Sprint frame' technology in both the chassis is designed to mould around the foot for a tight glove-like fit that allows for seamless movement and minimal excess weight. Players have the option to customise their experience by selecting between exchangeable insoles that focus on either comfort or weight depending on preference and conditions at the time of use. A Traxion' configuration makes up the soleplate with 11 plastic studs to provide high levels of traction on firm ground surfaces. This purple, electricity and infrared colourway was used by Barcelona's Dani Alves and David Villa in the 2011 UEFA Super Cup final as the Catalan giants overcame Porto 2-0 in Monaco.