Friday, June 24, 2011

Adidas Adipower Predator SL TRX FG

Size: 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11

This is the lightest ever predator ever to hit the market with a UK size 9 astonishingly weighing in at only 211 grams. The explosive speed which comes curtsey of the lightness of the boot, combined with the the traditional power of the predator is going to make the adidas adipower Predator SL, the must have boot of 2011.

The adidas adipower Predator superlight has SPRINTSKIN technology which is a revolutionary single synthetic layer which helps minimise the weight. At the same time making this boot amazingly light the SPRINTSKIN also allows for maximum ball-contact and feel. With only a single thin layer separating the foot and ball which acts link second skin to the foot, this will let you wrap your foot round the ball for best contact.

Incorporated into the vamp is the TPU predator technology which is directly injected onto the vamp for maximum swerve and ball control. The swerve zone gives the Predator a greater contact area with the ball, so in these adidas football boots you can generate more friction and more swerve. Allowing you to out-perform your competitors. 

The adipower SL has asymmetric lacing with thinner flat taperlace lace system, an independent tongue for a better, easily adjustable fit and an EVA sockliner with anti-slip inserts in these adidas football boots offer outstanding comfort. 

The energy-returning adidas POWERSPINE technology which is embedded in the Sprint Frame outsole of the Predator SL provides greater shooting power by minimizing energy loss. This is done by transferring the extra energy away from the fragile metatarsal area directly to the ball these football boots help reduce the risk of injury.

The outsole has a sprint frame construction which uses geometrical learnings and a new stud shape to offer the perfect balance between lightweight and stability.

A new dual density, supper light TRAXION frim ground out-sole for optimum grip and stud pressure distribution on firm natural grass pitches

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