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adidas introduces the 2019 adizero 8.0 “Cookies ‘N Cream” football cleats!

adidas Football has unveiled the special edition “Cookies ‘N Cream” pack, featuring the 2019 adizero 8.0 football cleats.

Packed with flavour, the adidas adizero 8.0 “Cookies ‘N Cream” pack was inspired by one of America’s favorite desserts and features an all-new colourway that mirrors the beloved mix of cookies and ice cream.

The adizero 8.0 is engineered for football’s fastest players and takes the football cleat silhouette to the next level by incorporating a sneaker profile and redefining fit, feel and lightweight construction. Inspired by innovations from the adidas Running Uncaged UltraBOOST and adidas Originals NMD silhouettes, the adizero 8.0 is engineered to naturally move with the foot on the field, allow for flexibility and movement through the ankle, and help provide a comfortable, precision fit with maximum breathability.

Bringing sneaker style and insights from the streets to the gridiron, the 2019 adizero 8.0 cleats feature a woven bootie construction, which is sculpted to be aerodynamic and wrap around the foot in order to provide a sock-like feel. The woven upper is seamlessly blended with a lightweight, TPU overlay that helps provide structure for lateral movements, durability and support, while an anatomical lacing system aligns to the bones of the foot for added comfort.

The comfortable yet durable upper is powered by a lightweight SRPINTFRAME with strategically placed SPRINTSTUDS with a rotational traction zone that is designed to provide peak performance, multi-directional strength and unrivaled traction. The finishing touches include adidas’ iconic Three-Stripes emblazoned at the toe cap of the cleats, the adidas Badge of Sport logo at the arch of the medial side of the cleats and a “adizero” moniker dons the front pulltab.

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