Adidas Messi 10/10 Boots Released

Adidas has just unveiled the limited-edition Adidas Messi 10/10 Football Boots. Released under the umbrella of the 'Limited Collection', the black Adidas Messi 10/10 Boots will be sold exclusively on October 10 and are limited to a mere 100 pairs globally, guaranteeing them to become quite a collector's item.

Adidas introduced the all-new Adidas Messi 15 Boots earlier this year, part of the brand's completely reworked Football Boot lineup.

Adidas Messi 10/10 - Black / Red / Gold

This is the new Adidas Messi 10/10 Soccer Boot.



The new Adidas Messi 10/10 Cleats celebrate Leo Messi's astonishing 2014-15 season, which saw him not only win the treble but also shine on an individual level, with the Champions League semi-final performances against Bayern Munich standing out in particular.

Mostly black, the Adidas Messi 10/10 Football Shoes show an understated design with a twist. The Adidas Messi 15.1 Boots' remarkable external cage boasts a stunning red-and-gold chrome finish, continued onto the boots' unique soleplate.


On the lateral side of the heel, the Adidas Messi 10/10 Cleats feature a gold number 10, Leo Messi's shirt number both with Barcelona and the Argentina national team. To round things off, the unique Adidas Messi limited-edition Boots come in a special box with a interesting design, informed by the look of the Adidas Messi 10/10 Boots.

In a first for Adidas Football, the Adidas Messi 10/10 Soccer Boots come with an embossed premium leather tag highlighting the unique serial number.


Of the 100 pairs available globally of the Adidas Messi 10/10 Cleats, one pair will of course go to Leo Messi himself. 10 Adidas Messi 10/10 Boot pairs will be given to the members of Team Messi named in the Backed by Messi campaign. The last 89 pairs will go on sale on October 10, exclusively at the Adidas store in Barcelona. The Adidas Messi 10/10 Cleats are only going to be available in an exact replica of Messi's size, 8.5.

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