adidas No Dye Pack

adidas no dye pack

Hot on the heels of the Primeknit 2.0 and the adizero 99g, adidas drop a third release from their Limited Collection, we introduce to you the adidas No Dye Pack.

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In a change t0 the last two Limited Collection releases, the No Dye Pack contains two silo’s, the 11pro and the F50.

adidas F50 no dye

The No Dye Pack delivers these boots in a pure white form. No dyes or colours are used and the boots are made from special material to highlight sustainability.

Part of the allure of these models is the environmental angle, in making these football adidas have used no chemical and pigment substance.

Availability: 3,000 pairs made, 210 of which are available in the UK.

Order now from adidas direct –  Shop 11pro       Shop F50 >>

 

adidas 11pro No Dye Pack

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– Premium K-leather upper for maximum comfort and soft feel
– Vamp stitching for best fit and durability in the forefoot area
– Soft, high-end microfibre lining for ultimate comfort
– Memory foam moulds to the foot for a custom fit
– Use miCoach to track and improve your performance
– Firm ground-specific outsole

Retail price: £130

Order now from adidas direct –  Shop 11pro       Shop F50 >>

 

adidas F50 No Dye Pack

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– Premium K-leather upper for maximum comfort and soft feel
– Engineered stitching for lockdown effect during sprinting
– Soft, high-end microfibre lining for ultimate comfort
– Perforated leather in heel for lighter weight
– Lightweight, premium materials
– Firm ground-specific outsole

Retail price: £190

Order now from adidas direct –  Shop 11pro       Shop F50 >>

 


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4 Comments

  1. says: Wong Kang Jie

    Alan, look at your post again. There are too many errors. Please get your facts right before you post. By the way, where’s Kyle?

  2. says: Emperius

    Beutiful, this is what both Nike and adidas should of done efore mid last decade went into an ugly clown fest, still ongoing today.

  3. says: PaulD1995

    These boots do look really good but I am not sure about the so called ecologically friendly selling point. For instance how can the boot be white if there is not any paint are all the materials white originally, i don’t think so.

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