adidas are set to release the latest incarnation of their famous speed boot in the form of the F50 adiZero III, with several prominent international players likely to don the lightweight boot during the November tours of the UK by the Southern Hemisphere nations.
A revolutionary synthetic upper, combined with the latest innovations in weight-reduction, have created a boot which fits the foot like a second skin, and was built for speed!
A favourite with outside backs suck as Crusaders’ winger Zac Guildford, the aidZero is renowned for being stable and robust despite its modest weight, while the 3D surface structure enhances connection with the ball when kicking.
An innovative stud configuration further adds to the stability and the wearer’s ability to generate explosive power, whilst a SprintFrame construction with a technological advanced outsole should provide for maximum acceleration and speed on firm natural surfaces.
While the synthetic version is set to be the lightest boot in the ‘speed-boot’ class, adidas will also be producing a full leather version for added ball control, while more colourways are also in the pipeline.
Look for All Black stars such as Corey Jane and Julian Savea to possible don the new boots in the coming weeks.