Sunday, January 26, 2014

adidas Copa Mundial

For the upcoming World Cup in Brazil, adidas have given the Copa Mundial's a colourful face lift. The original Copa Mundials were released in 1982 and have gone on to sell more than 10 million pairs worldwide. They have remained favourites with park footballers and pros alike, being worn by some of football's greatest names including Franz Beckenbauer, Michel Platini, Zico and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. Designed specifically for firm ground pitches, the new boots boasts kangaroo leather upper and heel sections, which provide excellent control and touch, alongside superior comfort. The new coloured Copa Mundials retail for £145 and are available at adidas performance stores nationwide or at The classic black and white design is still available for those who prefer to keep their footwear low-key.


Paul D. Mitchell said...

The Copa's are great for avoiding ankle injury. While they don't offer more (or less) protection to the ankle from impact injury, they don't have a bladed soleplate and as such don't lock into the turf in the manner that some of the modern boots do. Meaning, while you may sacrifice a tad on grip in the wet, you won't go over on yourself when trying to turn as is possible with blades. You see a lot more of these kinds of injuries occurring, because of the prevalence of bladed boots on the market.
Where to find affordable shoes?

Jackson said...

Hey, these are very nice but i can't wear it on my white dress which i bought for parties. I need kate spade shoes with that. Have looked their collection and found it wonderful.