Adidas have launched the new Predator 20+ Exclusive collection - and they’re a thing of beauty.
Coming in black and shock pink, the boots - available only at Pro:Direct Soccer - are described as “the most technically advanced Predator since the very first incarnation changed the game way back in 1994”.
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The Adidas Predator 20+ Mutator boots, currently worn by Premier League stars including Paul Pogba, Dele Alli and Mesut Ozil, provide players with better close control thanks to the new DEMONSKIN technology.
406 rubber spikes poke through the knit textile upper, offering improved power and spin when hitting the ball.
The boots also feature laceless technology and high level knit collar which provides ankle and foot support.
Also being released with the laceless Predator 20+ are a junior version, which still retain the same DEMONSKIN tech, and a cheaper 20.3 option that provide the same benefits of laceless treatment.
Head to Pro:Direct Soccer for more details about the Adidas Predator 20 Exclusive Core black/shock pink range, which is available now.
The latest edition of the Predators was released in January 2020.
They’re a truly iconic pair of boots and the latest design hasn’t disappointed.
Upon the launch of the Predator 20 Mutator boots, Adidas’ Football Design Director Ben Herath said, per the company's website: “When we launched the first Predator in 1994, it changed the game. We’ve since been relentless in pushing the boundaries of innovation in its design, ensuring it remains at the forefront of football boot technology.
“Predator is more than just a boot. It is synonymous with iconic footballing moments, worn by greats of the game that in their own way have become mythological figures of the sport."
"For 2020 we wanted to unleash Predator to a new generation. We knew that we had to create something completely different, go beyond evolution and deliver a new innovation, something that would intimidate opponents. DEMONSKIN is at the heart of this."News Now - Sport News