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Monthly Archives: June 2016

  • Up Close –Cheap Adidas ACE 16+ Purecontrol Paris Released

    As part of the recently released Mercury Pack, adidas introduced a Chrome version of Cheap Ace 16+ PURECONTROL. It is a standout look that is intended to take center stage on pitches at Euro 16. A Silver Shimmer style paint job is added across the upper of the world’s first high-performance laceless knit boot.

    First thing of note, if you decide to pick up a pair, the box is fully loaded with items you will need. An additional set of comfort insoles and an all important shoe horn are included to ensure you can get into and get the most out of your pair. There is also a boot bag with a twist. Rather than opening up fully, there is a center stitch line that keeps the boots apart from each other, protecting the chrome soleplate finish.

    It has the potential to chip (more on that below), so keeping them in separated areas stops them from hitting off each other. That stitch line can be pulled out, but you will need to work on doing that yourself.

    The ACE 16+ PURECONTROL from kicksaustraliasoccer.com has been three years in the making, designed to create the cleanest possible strike using a larger surface area to generate greater power and accuracy.

    The laces have been replaced with three key design features for added stability and increased performance. A knitted upper also locks the foot into the boot and combines with a techfit locking system to create an incredible, sock-like fit.

  • Nike Unveiled The Second Generation Hypervenom Phantom II Euro 2016 Boots

    Combining the main color Volt with black brandings, the flamboyant Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Euro 2016 boots feature a unique and unprecedented color gradient on the graphic print on the outside and outsole. The gradient visible on the Nike Hypervenom Copa America 2016 cleats fades from Volt at the back to turquoise at the front.

    Other than that, the technologies used for the yellow Nike Hypervenom Phantom Spark Brilliance soccer cleats are identical to what has been used in all previous colorways of the second-generation Hypervenom cleats. Nike unveiled the second generation of the 2016 Nike Hypervenom football boots in May 2015, adding a heightened collar to the agility cleats for the very first time.

    Combining a high-cut Dynamic Fit collar with a tongue-less upper construction, the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II football boots from kicksaustraliasoccer.com also include Flywire strings that are applied to the NikeSkin upper for improved lockdown and a sock-like fit.

    The bold Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Spark Brilliance soccer cleats will be available to buy from May 29 and are the first-ever second-generation Nike Hypervenom boots to bring back the iconic, old, honeycomb-like upper.

    The likes of Robert Lewandowski, Jamie Vardy and Edinson Cavani will sport the yellow Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2016 boots at Euro 2016 and Copa America Centenario, respectively. Nike has prepared a stunning Nike Hypervenom Phantom II for Euro 2016, combining a striking yellow base with a black and turquoise gradient upper design.

  • Next-Gen Adidas Ace 2017 Black / Red Boots Leaked

    The new Adidas Ace 2017 football boots also introduce a new, albeit heavily influenced by their predecessor, sole plate. It features eleven conical studs, split between four at the rear and seven at the front. All in all, a very traditional alignment. Additionally, the sole plate of the new Adidas Ace 17 soccer cleats retains an arch in the center for increased stability. The biggest change, however, is the removal of the external heel counter present on both the 2015 and 2016 Adidas Ace boots.

    Adidas will launch a welcomed, Predator-inspired effort as one of the first colorways for the next-gen Adidas Ace 2017 football boots from prokicksaustralia shop. The first-ever Adidas Ace 17 soccer cleat will be available from early December 2016, less than a year after the drop of the previous generation.

    The new Adidas Ace 2017 soccer boots will be released in a color-blocking, red-and-black design, complete with white Adidas stripes. Barely hiding the underlying inspiration, they more or less closely resemble what one would expect a modern Predator to look like.

    Tech-wise, the third-generation Adidas Ace 17 soccer cleats make the heightened collar the default look, across all takedown models. The whole construction of the Ace 17.1 is akin to the laceless Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl cleats; it doesn't include a traditional tongue and the laces are only added through an array of loops along the top of the shoes.

    Adidas introduced the Ace in summer 2015, marketing it as a boot for players who control the pace of the game. Thanks to the brand's short release cycles, Adidas will already release the third generation of the silo just around one and half year later.

  • A History Lesson in the 2016 Cheap Nike Mercurial Superfly

    Despite sliding in second, it feels like it started the collared trend instead of the Magista. It moved back to the heralded carbon-fiber soleplate that was the foundation of Nike’s history, but with some slight changes to make sure that the boot would benefit from the material without any added weight or negative aspects.The 2016 Cheap SuperFly might have gone away for a little while, but it certainly returned with an intent to conquer.

    It feels like it was just a few months ago that the warning bells seemed to be sounding within the confines of the Swoosh. Major Nike athletes were trading in the biggest asset in the Nike arsenal for different silos or boots that weren’t even getting prime-time advertising.

    Somehow, the Mercurial SuperFly now feels like it sits back atop the mountain of soccer gear and, with the Superfly V coming soon, we wonder what it is about Nike’s most high profile toy that keeps us constantly coming back for more.

    The early SuperFly models were notoriously hard to break-in, packed with questionable tech, and had a price point that would make some high-priced collectors think twice. Add in that the Superfly was quickly being made obsolete by the lightweight ventures of adidas, and it made sense to retire the Superfly.

    Using a name that already had recognition within the fan-base, was connected to some of the most high profile names still in the game, and bringing in a wealth of new and intriguing tech made the SuperFly V at kicksaustraliasoccer.com hit the ground running.

  • New Yellow and Black Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl 2016 Boots Leaked

    Other than that, the white women's Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl soccer boots feature a Primeknit upper and are comparable to the Adidas Ace 16.1 Primeknit boots. For more Adidas Ace 16 PureControl tech details, check out our in-depth analysis from kicksaustraliasoccer.com.

    Adidas will unveil a stunning white, yellow and black Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl this summer. Set to be launched in June, the white Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl cleats are a women's-exclusive release.

    The new Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl cleats feature a mostly white upper to create a straightforward design. The lateral Adidas stripes on the first women's Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl football boots are black, while the outsole shines in bright yellow. For the first time, the cage on the outside of the Adidas Ace PureControl 2016 cleats, as well as the rear pull tab are offset in color.

    Unlike all the other premium versions of the Adidas Ace 16, the Adidas stripes only appear on the outside of the White / Solar Yellow / Core Black Adidas Women's Ace 16+ PureControl cleats and also don't feature a gradient. The inside of the new Adidas Ace PureControl women's soccer shoes is solid white.

    Branded as the first football boot to offer a truly "pure touch", the new 2016 Adidas Ace PureControl cleats do away with any sort of traditional lacing and instead only boast an extension of the heightened collar in the place where the lace would be in a standard soccer boot.

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