Copy of The Adidas F50 Adizero? Introducing The New Kipsta CLR 700 V2 Football Boot

We take a closer look at the Kipsta CLR 700 V2 football boot from Decathlon as they seem to be a good alternative to Adidas' discontinued F50 Adizero boots. Kipsta is a brand from Decathlon, who are one of the largest sporting goods retailers.

Kipsta CLR 700 Football Boots

These are the new Kipsta CLR 700 soccer shoes, the second generation of Kipsta's speed silo.

The Kipsta football boots are available in one colorway only. Combining the main color black with striking orange applications fr the upper, the Kipsta CLR 700 boot feature a white outsole as well as a stunning geomteric upper print.

But the Kipsta 2016 indoor soccer shoes are more interesting tech-wise than design-wise. They not only weight in at just 160 gram and feature a lightweight yet flexible microfiber upper, they are also suitable both for FG and AG surfaces with a outsole that seems to be almost identical to the high-quality Sprintframe Adidas sole plate (apart from the external heel counter), which is still considered as one on of the best ever created. Here are the tech facts.

Upper: Very supple microfibre component perfectly fits contours of foot.
Lightweight: Thin and supple component improves boots' weight (Size 8: 160 g)
Fitting Comfort: Insole with heel and forefoot cushioning. Supple microfibre upper.
Traction: All purpose round studs for playing on grass or artificial grass pitches. (Abrasion consistent - Sole with TPU component, making it abrasion resistant on dry pitches.)

The Kipsta CLR 700 football boots is available to purchase for just 32 GBP (45 Euro) online, making them more than a solid option for amateur players.

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