2016 New adidas Predator Lethal Zone TRX Storage FG Boots Australia Sale - On Red/Black DHTUVWX124

2016 New adidas Predator Lethal Zone TRX Storage FG Boots Australia Sale - On Red/Black DHTUVWX124

AUD$490  AUD$171Save: 65% off
  • 10000 Units in Stock





Adidas Soccer has unveiled the 12th version of one of the world’s most iconic soccer cleats, the adidas predator LZ Football Boot. The new boots feature five lethal zones, each of which helps provide ultimate ball control.Designed and engineered to meet the needs of the player, the adidas Predator Lethal Zone TRX FG Boots - Red/Black Football Boot has just got a whole lot more lethal for a new generation of young footballers.The whole concept of the Absolion LZ TRX FG is to create a high performance boot, achieved through an array of innovative features across the boot. Made from a lightweight Sprintskin material and featuring an off-centre lacing system, players can be assured of an enhanced fit and supreme comfort across the whole boot.Taking on board extensive pro-player feedback, Adidas has injected their boot with a revolutionary five lethal zones focused around first touch, pass and control, sweet-spot, drive and dribble; for an innovative and practical design surpassing any other model.An internal heel counter provides added stability, protection and support, without compromising on weight and comfort.To ensure maximum grip and acceleration across natural firm ground surfaces, the Absolion LZ TRX FG utilises a hybrid sole injected with TPU Traxion studs. These studs have also been specifically designed in a diamond shape for optimum deceleration, for when you need to put the brakes on.For a distinct and stylish look, a shimmering blue and navy fusion combine across the whole boot whilst the lethal zones inject a vibrant infra red colouring. Around the heel of the boot, Adidas's trademark three stripes provide a striking finish which is a refreshing touch.Having been launched for the 2016 European Championships, these are the lethal boots of choice for Holland's Robin van Persie, Spain's Xavi and England's Steven Gerrard.