Saturday, February 11, 2012

Adidas AdiZero MiCoach

Adidas made us wait a few months but have released their first colourway update for the AdiZero MiCoach since their launch in September last year. Set to be worn by the likes of Lionel Messi, Gareth Bale, David Silva and Ashley Young, we have to admit that this new Prime Blue/Core Energy/White colourway is a great colourway.
The arrival of the AdiZero MiCoach football boots was a game changer as the miCoach technology enabled both professional and amateur footballers to analyse their personal speed, distance and work rate during a game.
The adiZero F50 boot includes a built in cavity within the outsole which houses the revolutionary miCoach Sensor (Data Capture Chip). The miCoach Sensor captures 360 degrees movement and measures key performance metrics including speed, average speed (recorded every second), maximum speed (recorded every five seconds), number of sprints, distance covered, distance at high intensity levels as well as steps and stride rates. The on-board memory stores up to seven hours of all measurements during your game or training and then wirelessly transmits the on pitch performance data to your tablet, PC or MAC.
The adiZero F50 miCoach features technologies such as Adidas’ Sprintweb which provides stability during high speed movements. The lightweight Sprintskin upper is a revolutionary single layer synthetic which provides incredible ball-feeling and reduced weight. Adidas groundbreaking Sprintframe uses geometrics and new stud construction to offer the perfect balance between lightweight and stability.
The new Prime Blue/Core Energy/White will be available to pre-order towards the end of the month in both the synthetic and leather version.

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