Adidas has unleashed an all new version of the Adidas F50 adiZero that holds a pretty unmistakeable pop. It comes in a Graphic Pink colorway, with the primary black upper taking on a pretty new look when matched with a modestly pink design. This is just one of those designs that you can tell will be popular before it hits the market!
We have seen plenty of mixed colorways in the F50 adiZero range to date, but this version features a different type of design. Other than the Whiteout, I really haven’t been impressed with many of the synthetic colorways to date – but I do like this new look.
If you are interested in a pair, soccer.com is the place to hit up right now, with this release exclusive release retailing for $199.99.
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.
I would say the best looking adizero adidas has released. Hope they keep the design on any other new colorways they release
i won't endorse anything pink
i really wish adidas went back to blades and had a central lacing.
that’s the only thing keeping me away from adidas.
I have a question… The official Adidas website claims these are the "F50 ADIZERO SL TRX FG CLEATS" Why are they SL's? They're no different in terms of price with the other F50's. That's really interesting, if adidas.om had a typo. Any thoughts?
It is definitely a mistake on Adidas terminology, somehow they mislabeled the boots.
Spiderman would proudly wear those cleats.