Adidas has dropped the Predator 24, seamlessly upgrading the nostalgic 90s boots with their latest technologies to meet the performance demands of a modern pro athlete. This release combines the aesthetic DNA of the original Predator with the lightweight design of the Predstrike and Predator 30.
The Adidas Predator 24 has come a long way since its original release, with these key features being the cornerstone of the new boots:
1. Controlframe 2.0 is a lightweight soleplate and heel construction that optimizes traction for dynamic movement and stability when striking the ball.
2. Hybridtouch 2.0 upper provides a molded fit with cushioning in key contact areas for comfort and a soft touch on the ball.
3. Strikeskin rubber fins are strategically placed in strike zones to support ball grip for precision shots.
4. Stretchable laceless Primeknit collar allows for easy entry and secure lockdown.
5. Lightweight construction enables the Predator 24 to be the lightest boot in the franchise to date. Specifically, the Laceless Elite version weighs just 195g in size 8.5.
In terms of colorways, the Predator 24 launches with a modern twist on the iconic black, white, and red colorway, opting for bolder hues that are complemented by vibrant yellow taping.
This striking silhouette comes in three models catering to various price points – laced (S$319), laceless (S$319), and a classic laced variant with a fold-over tongue for those seeking a touch of nostalgia (S$369).
Adidas has confirmed that the Predator 24 will be worn by their roster of football players, including Jude Bellingham, Pedri, Alessia Russo, Kaddidiatu Diani and Gabriel Jesus.
The Adidas Predator 24 is currently available for purchase at Adidas and Weston stores and online at Adidas.com.sg.