Adidas release striking remakes of iconic Red Predator Mania. This has come right after the release of the Mania-inspired Predator 19+ and 19.1 ADV boots earlier this week.
There are still a few weeks before you can celebrate new year and Christmas is still a fortnight away. However, Adidas has decided to bring the holiday cheers early this season by releasing striking remakes of the iconic Red Predator Mania; the same shoes worn by the likes of David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Raul.
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The 2019 limited edition remake sees adidas use a kangaroo leather upper, central lacing system, iconic fold over tongue covering the laces, and a stunning strike zone with the most aggressive Predator elements ever found on a boot.
The classic boot comes with a Control Frame out-sole from the Predator 19 model that blends the Predator Mania into a monster. It also reduces weight (7.8 oz) and aids in comfort and traction. The sole downside to this limited-edition beauty is its hefty price tag of £300.
Red Adidas Predator Mania: 02
remake coming soon 🤩 pic.twitter.com/jwcJGG5klE
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These red adidas Predator Mania remakes are just straight up boot porn 🤤 pic.twitter.com/XpUISy3utJ
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About Adidas Predator Mania
Adidas had originally released the Predator Mania in 2002 to coincide with the 2002 FIFA World Cup. They designed the boot with an Eastern Asian style, keeping in mind the location of the Quadrennial event, it had sharp angular styling and came in various colour schemes in addition to the traditional black–red design. These included the “champagne”, a champagne-white colour, and the “champagne gold”, a gold pearl-like white.
The all red version with the Adidas stripes in silver was released during the 2002-03 playing season. A limited-edition version by the name of ‘Japan Blue’ was also released and was worn by Alex of the Japan National team during the World Cup. The ‘Japan Blue’ remake will release in 2020.
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