F50 ADIZERO MICOACH BLACK-OUT’S ROCK PREMIER LEAGUE

adidas’ marketing team should be given a serious high-five for this genius move, as everyone’s been talking about the handful of blacked-out F50 adiZero miCoach that made their way onto the feet of the Premier League’s top stars.

David Silva wears black adidas F50 adiZero miCoach soccer cleats

Whilst plenty were left scratching their heads as to the identity of these all-black soccer cleats (especially with so many top players testing out the Predator D5) a little extra detective work revealed that these are definitely the new F50 adiZero miCoach.

Eagle-eyed spotters will have already seen that adidas had a similar plan in place for the mid-week Champions League games, as top internationals like Thomas MĂĽller of Bayern Munich and Samir Nasri at Manchester City gave their triple-black soccer cleats a run-out.

Gareth Bale wears black adidas F50 adiZero miCoach soccer cleats

adidas continued that theme into this weekend’s Premier League match-ups, as plenty of the biggest F50 stars gave the new miCoach model their first competitive run-out.

Among them was Spanish sensation David Silva and Tottenham Hotspur’s Gareth Bale who both netted their first goals in the new super-smart soccer cleats, and Liverpool’s Luis Suarez was only denied a similar honour by an exceptional display from Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm.

Luis Suarez wears black adidas F50 adiZero miCoach soccer cleats

In La Liga, however, Lionel Messi was in glorious technicolour as he sported the High Energy/Electricity' F50 adiZero miCoach, netting a last-gasp equaliser in a difficult match at Bilbao.

We’d have to guess that adidas are giving Messi a period of exclusivity before all the ‘headline’ F50 wearers change it up to the new version of their soccer cleats next week during the international break.

Leo Messi wears black adidas F50 adiZero miCoach soccer cleats

Why? Well, our best guess is that adidas are keen to put across the message to the boot-buying public that these are Messi’s soccer cleats, so want to make sure Messi’s making all the headlines in their technology-packed new boot.

Everyone else is getting a blacked-out version so that they can gather their data for the online miCoach platform before their launch early next month.

Still, we don’t see why everyone else couldn’t have gotten to wear the subtle-but-still-awesome Black/Warning secondary colourway!

 


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11 Comments

    1. says: Joseph Bancov

      Me too from SportsDirect but the red colour I choose, nevermind I like both colours and I can’t wait to see the new f50’s released … When we will see them, can you answer me ? and will there be other colour except the black one ?

  1. says: Anonymous

    in my opiniun u stil cant beat superflys for light wieght proctection and grip….. do u guys nt get alot of injuries from the stupid super thin sprint skin

      1. says: Anonymous

         210 gram is light enuf any lighter and u compramise protection. nd i dnt car wat the pros do they dnt play ona shity sunday league pitch do they
        in my opiniun u stil cant beat superflys for light wieght proctection and grip….. do u guys nt get alot of injuries from the stupid super thin sprint skin

        1. says: Insider_11

          I think with the amount of players wearing F50 they quite clearly don’t get injuries from the ‘stupid’ sprint skin!! 

          Each person has their own opinion and you’re in the minority here!

          1. says: Anonymous

            hu cares 60 grams aint gunna make fuk all difference

            dnt have a cry bowt it nt evry one likes boots that wen u have to takle it fuking hrts cos ther so thin!

          2. says: Insider_11

            You’re the one thats crying!!  I have an unbiased opinion to football boots…if it’s good it’s good and the adizero is killing everything right now and it wouldn’t be if it was a bad boot.

            You’re name says it all..your opinion is overlooking the facts!

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