In classic black, red and white.
Moving from soft pastels in the Spectral Mode pack, adidas has now dropped a much more aggressive colourway reminiscent of the early adidas Predator models. Included in the pack are 2 new updates to their boot silos to signal a strong end to 2018.
Clad in crimson and black, the Predator receives a facelift from the popular Predator 18. It looks to have minimal changes to the aggressive design except for some lines on the outer foot to accentuate the ribs on the Controlskin upper and a new external heel counter.
Still, the boot should perform just as well as its predecessor to help players control the ball and dominate the midfield. One of our personal favourites within the BOOTHYPE team.
Featuring one of the best designs of the Initiator pack, the Nemeziz 18+ comes in a white base with a crimson soleplate and a sweet black gradient that starts from the forefoot that fades towards the heel with black accents.
Built for the mazey dribbler, the Nemeziz provides a tight lockdown around the midfoot for those quick changes in directions while providing a thick padded upper for comfort. Read the review of the Nemeziz here.
adidas revamped the Copa line with the introduction of the new Copa 19+, the first laceless leather boot by the three stripes. The boot is perfect for those who love a light padded touch on the ball with a traditional leather upper.
The leather is also expertly bonded with the knitted Sockfit collar to provide a comfortable fit through the entirety of the match. Read our first impressions on the latest Copa model.
The world got a first glimpse of the new Initiator colourway when Mo Salah donned the X18.1 in a match for Liverpool against Fulham. The stealthiest of the bunch, the X18+ is designed for the speed merchants of the game.
Extremely light weight with a Speedmesh upper that breaks in within minutes, the X is one of the best boots released in 2018. Read the review here.