The latest colorway to be released in the Adidas F50 adiZero colorway made its debut in this past weekends Champions League final, and it definitely received plenty of attention! The Infrared/Bright Blue/Running White colorway turned out to be extremely easy to spot on the feet of players of both teams. The primary Infrared color pops out in dramatic fashion as it clashes with the Bright Blue undertone. The colorway was actually pretty ideal for the Champions League final, as Bayern wore Red and Chelsea wore Blue – it matched up well with both kits!
The upper of the F50 adiZero features SprintWeb, which is designed to add extra structure and support – resulting in a more protected boot for players. Through testing the F50 miCoach, I found that this new version has been updated in the right ways compared to the initial F50 adiZero release.
At 6oz, there is no doubting this lightweight release is designed for speed. And adding the concept of performance tracking makes these a very appealing release. The miCoach chip does a good job of capturing your data through play and the benefits of seeing how you performed can help you improve your game. It sits very comfortably in the cavity of the boot and you will have no idea it is there through wear.
Something important to note is that this is just the boot – if you want to include miCoach tracking system, you need to purchase a sensor separately or look for a package deal. The F50 adiZero comes in at $199, while the miCoach chip can be purchased for $70.