Walcott Trains In Next-Gen Adidas X 2016 Prototype Boots

Arsenal striker Theo Walcott has become the next player to train in the totally new Adidas X 2016 Football Boots after Thomas Müller already gave us the first on-pitch impression of the Adidas X 16 Cleats one month ago.


One month ago, FC Bayern Munich and German international Thomas Müller was the first player to lace up in a blackout prototype of the Adidas X 16.1 Soccer Cleats, confirming the first leaked prototype pictures of the second generation of the Adidas Chaos Boot.

Walcott Reveals Blackout Adidas X 2016 Boots

Close-up pictures of the blackout Adidas X 2016 Theo Walcott Cleats.



The blackout Adidas X 2016 Theo Walcott Prototype Football Boots feature a stealth look to hide the final design. Designed for the players who create chaos, the next-gen Adidas X 2016 Cleats will introduce an external heel counter to the Adidas X for more stability after the first-generation featured no external counter.

Another remarkable element of the next-gen Adidas X 16.1 Boots is the tongue-less design, combined with the trademark techfit collar for flexible ankle support and a sock-like fit.



Even though the pictures of the blackout Adidas X 2016 Boots are anything but perfect, it's possible to see that Theo Walcott's Blackout Adidas X 16.1 Prototypes feature no second-level of cleats but a stud configuration similar to the Adidas F50 Adizero.



In fact, Theo Walcott's Blackout Adidas X 2016 Prototype Cleats seem to be the exactly the same boots worn by Müller one month ago. So it's already certain that the next-gen Adidas X 16 Boots are in late stages of development.



All new sole plate design with an external heel counter, which is similar to the Adidas F50 Adizero. What do you think of the next-gen Adidas X 2016 Boots, which are set to be launched ahead of the Euro 2016 in France? Let us know in the comments below.