Adidas Predator

Adidas Predator is a range of football boots developed by German sportswear manufacturers Adidas based on a prototype concept from the Australian former footballer Craig Johnston. The common feature of the Predator range is the presence of rubber patches or strips on the top of the shoe, designed to increase friction between the boot and the ball. In late 2010, Adidas designed the new "Power-spine" technology, which they claim improves shot power by reducing the amount the foot bends back as it kicks the ball.

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... release but was already tested by professionals in blackout versions, the next Predators will be called the LZ due to the five lethal zones on the boots ... to the same five zones being called deadly, adidas changed the name in the build up to their release ... In a change for the Predators they will have a synthetic leather upper and these will be the first Predator boots with miCoach capability ...