The all-new Adidas X 16+ PureChaos football boots introduce a bold and flashy design. Introduce an (almost) laceless design in the vein of the Adidas Ace 16+ PureControl and was available from May 24 as part of the new Adidas Mercury Pack.
In line with the other boots from Adidas' Copa America and Euro collection, the first-ever Adidas X PureChaos cleats are predominantly silver, in this case combined with splashes of red. Similar to the Adidas Ace PureControl boots, the sole plate of the Silver Metallic/Core Black/Solar Red Adidas X 16+ PureChaos football boots boasts a metallic finish.
A large Adidas Performance logo is placed on the instep of the Adidas X 16+ PureChaos cleats, while the sockliner and laces are offset in striking Solar Red.
In order to offer a larger, cleaner striking surface compared to the regular Adidas X 16.1 cleats, the Adidas X 16+ PureChaos Mercury Pack boots hide most of the lacing below the upper, with only the part at the very top being visible. This way, the Adidas X 16+ PureChaos boot combines the distraction-free construction of the Adidas Ace PureControl with the ability to tighten the fit if necessary.
Other than that, the upper of the Adidas X PureChaos Mercury Pack boots is similar to the regular 16.1, while the sole plate and stud configuration are identical. It also includes Adidas' NSG (Non-Stop Grip) tech for improved performance under all conditions. The next-gen Adidas X PureChaos 2017 Boots feature an external heel counter for added protection and have a traditional stud configuration with four studs in the heel area and seven studs in the forefoot area.
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