It’s fair to say that the last colourway introduced by adidas for the adiPure II didn’t exactly receive universal approval.

Some felt that the striking adiPure Red / White / Black affair was a step too far away from the classic design that has adorned the feet of the likes of Kaka, Benzema and indeed, some players who Real Madrid haven’t signed!

So it’ll be interesting to see what adiPure fans will make of the new colourway that Footy Boots can reveal today.

adipure ii brown white

The Chocolate Brown / White adiPure II football boots will be on retail sale shortly, and is expected to cost £99.


  • Hand crafted for comfort, quality and performance. A pure and sleek design that is all football. Features superb fit, supersoft leader upper and firm ground TRAXION outsole.
  • Upper: Welded 3-Stripes. Asymmetrical loop lacing for better ball contact. K-Leather for durability, lightness and glove-like fit.
  • Lining: Synthetic.
  • Inlay: Pre-molded sockliner with EVA patch in the heel for additional comfort.
  • Outsole: TRAXION FG for grip and comfort on firm natural surfaces. TPU Plate for lightweight performance and durability.

adidas adipure ii brown

Interestingly, as far as the pro’s are concerned, they seem to like the older designs.

Playing in the Peace Cup for Madrid, Karim Benzema turned out in the Black / Met Gold version while Frank Lampard has played Chelsea’s pre-season games in the adiPure II Rome.

Meanwhile, Alessandro del Piero has worn the Black / Met Gold football boots while warming up for the new campaign with Juventus. Rate it: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars6 Stars7 Stars8 Stars9 Stars10 Stars (1 votes, average: 10.00 out of 10)



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    1. says: Harry Becker

      I beleive that this is adidas rying to make a classic shoe more classic. In my opinion its not their best, but it is better then making a classic shoe new and hip.

  1. says: Kyle

    It’s a shame, if Adidas had gone with a deeper, darker shade (think Nike’s Euro 2008 line) these could’ve been seriously nice.

    Still it’ll be interesting to see who wears these at the start of the new season.

  2. says: kevin

    At first glimpse of these, I tought they were a class boot, but now I see them as a hideous colourway..

    Adidas really did wrong with this one. I wouldn’t be surprised if I saw no players wearing this one..

  3. says: Jerome

    This is a classy shoe for elegant players, doesnt really work for me in show off -colours (or for that matter, in any other than the black). The black is simple and a great color for this shoe.

  4. says: JAYK

    i actually.. love this boot, it’s unique, but not flashy, sure, i understand its not for everyone, but for tha aveage player in high school, they look pretty.. snazzy?

  5. says: Jimmy F

    Just ordered these myself, I think they look awesome! (Y).

    I’d also like to echo the comment ‘d’ above. Vapors look great but are in reality awful.

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