All-New Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate 2016-2017 Goalkeeper Gloves Leaked

The Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate Keeper Gloves are Adidas' all-new goalkeeper gloves. Set to be released in June 2016, the new Adidas Trans Ultimate 2016-2017 Goalkeeper Gloves will be worn by the likes of Manuel Neuer and David de Gea in the Euro 2016 in France, while they could be already debuted in the 2016 Champions League final.

Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate Tech Green / Black / Solar Yellow

This is the Adidas Ace Trans 2016-2017 Keeper Glove.



Combining the main colors Tech Green and Black, the launch colorway of the Adidas Ace Trans Keeper Gloves boasts striking Solar Yellow applications and brandings to stand out. The punch area of the Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate 2016-2017 Keeper Gloves features a Solar Yellow Adidas branding and a brand-new one-of-a-kind black structure that is made for better control.



Whereas the punch area of the gloves is mainly green and black, the grip zone of the Adidas Ace Trans Keeper Gloves is yellow and black.

While the design of the gloves is all-new, various elements of the Adidas Ace Trans gloves are the same or similar as the ones used for the Adidas Ace Zones 2015-2016 Goalkeeper Gloves. The Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate comes with redesigned Evo Tech zones on the punch area. Interestingly, Adidas uses an all-new textile material for the punching area, while the exchangeable wrist control as well as the Close-Fitting-Bandage are the same as before. The Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate also again comes with Adidas' exchangeable Fingersave technology for ultimate support.

However, while the punching area is brand-new, the grip zone of the Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate 2016-2017 Keeper Gloves is the same as the one used for the Adidas Ace Zones 2016-2017 Goalkeeper Gloves. So the Adidas Ace Trans Keeper Glove again features Adidas' Contact Maximizer technology for maximum grip.

Retailing at a price of 180 Euro, the Adidas Ace Trans Ultimate Goalkeeper Gloves will be available from June 2016 at selected retailers.

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