This is about as colorful as you can get on a new release! The latest addition to the Adidas F50 adiZero Prime range comes in a wild Anodized Purple/Electricity/Infrared colorway. There is absolutely no doubting that you are going to be spotted pretty easily if you are wearing a pair of these on the pitch! Because of the range of colors used, they almost have a sort of rainbow effect about them!
The F50 adiZero Prime currently holds the title for lightest soccer cleat on the market, at a featherweight 5.1oz. Having tested the Prime, I can tell you that everything about them is built for speed, right down to the Kevlar laces that Adidas use. I was very surprised with the ease for which they break-in, and the comfort through testing was very competitive. You are of course giving up protection and durability, but if you take this into consideration before buying a pair you are going to love what the adiZero Prime has on offer.
This colorway is pretty bold and sure to appeal to players who like to make a statement. The mix of purple and infrared on the adiLite single layer synthetic upper, matched with a clash of Electricity yellow detailing, makes for an unmistakable look. Personally, not my style but I can’t see a mass demand for this release. The adiZero Prime retails for $300, which is a hefty investment for most players. Are they worth the money? You will certainly notice the weight difference in game and they offer a high level of performance – it depends on whether you are willing to spend that amount on a pair!