After the large uptake of players in the new Voltage Cherry Superfly II, it seems like a shade of Pink is the colour to be seen in, football boots-wise!

Pink adizero

adidas have offered players the chance to make a pair of pink adiZeros on their Miadidas service since the launch of the White/Black/Radiant Pink colourway, but expect to see a few more stars ‘sinking the pink’ over the next couple of weeks!

The pink adizero will be the focus of adidas’ campaign for Breast Cancer awareness, with select stars in the US having already signed up to wear a pair. adidas will also be encouraging their fans to add a splash of pink to their Miadidas football boots – be it pink laces, a pink tongue, or a signature pink three stripes – to show their support for Breast Cancer survivors and patients.

Pink adiZero

3 MLS stars have already pledged to be part of the campaign, Seattle Sounders’ Steve Zakuani, Philadelphia Union’s Danny Mwanga and FC Dallas’ Brek Shea will take to the field in these bold football boots in honour of someone in their life who was touched by the disease.

There’s no scheme in place that will see adidas make a donation for every pair of Pink boots sold or anything like that, so we can only assume that adidas will be supporting the charity with a one-off donation as well as using this campaign to promote awareness.

Pink adiZero

Would you take to the pitch in some Pink football boots? Or better yet, which other stars from around the world would you love to see in some pink adiZero‘s?

Let us know in the comments!

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  1. says: Luca

    I think these adidas boots are a great idea, but I could never wear these in a game. I’d get ripped by my team before i leave the changing rooms.

  2. says: channo

    my team are going to murder me and burn me in stakes and feed my corpse to alligators before they let their striker come down to the pitch in pink….

    (one of my teammates actually tries to wear purple superfly II to a game. my gnarly ol’ captain kill him, poor fella…)

  3. says: BiyiAdetunji

    if its made clear to everybody before hand thats its for breast cancer and the fans understand why, then i think alot more pro players would wear it, definatley not for sunday league though.

  4. says: E@zy

    You better be flipping good to wear these or you gonna look like an idiot. I was thinking cyan was a bit too much and the chameloen but these are on another level!

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