Although this is not the official release of the next generation adiZero series, adidas has unleashed the introductory colorway as part of the “Haters Pack”. The red foil upper design is absolutely abstract and provides an extremely unique look. With the introductory details for each boot in the silo revealed, we wanted to break it down so you know what you are getting, should you decide to order a pair!
Adidas adiZero F50 Leather
Adidas immediately takes the range to leather via this 7.2oz release. It is a full grain Goleo leather, which we have seen used on some prior adidas boots. Added across the forefoot, you get layered stitching that is intended to support the soft material and add some definition. This boot is going to a better option for players looking for soft touch on the ball, with that slightly better grip feel you get from a leather material. They also feature the new speed stud configuration, with that ultra unique two-tiered traction design and 3 stud heel.
Adidas adiZero F50
The Pièce de résistance of this series is obviously the version that most players will want to get their hands on! Built using a Hybridtouch upper, this is one of the lightest and fastest boots ever to hit the field. Hybridtouch is a super popular material at the moment, with fans loving the soft feel offered by the microfiber material. The upper also feaures DRIBBLETEX, a raised 3D grip texture that provides better touch in all weather conditions. They weigh in at 7oz. They also feature the new speed stud configuration, with that two tiered traction design and 3 stud heel – we are planning on testing these out and that is where we will find out what this new traction system has on offer.
Adidas adiZero F30
The middle tier release that offers players a quality option with replicated performance. The upper is a synthetic, the soleplate features a configuration similar to the speed stud configuration and they are very close in visual effect. But, they weigh in significantly higher at 9.4oz. The plus to this release is that they are designed with durability in mind, and it is probably the best option in the range for players that want a long lasting product. The silver dragon scale on the side is modified to be slightly darker.
Adidas adiZero F10
Simply looking at the upper, this economical option gives players a similar look. But, to the trained eye they are very easy to differentiate from the top tier version. Featuring a slightly more rigid Bravo synthetic and a black version of the speed stud configuration, these boots are intended for entry level players. They weigh in at 9.4oz.
You can pre-order these at Soccer.com and Weston Corporation will have these as well.