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Adidas to end Adidas F50 Adizero, Predator, 11pro and Nitrocharge

It's the biggest change of all time for Adidas Football. Adidas will stop making all of their four boot silos from Summer 2015, and will continue with two brand new boot silos and the Lionel Messi exclusive Adidas Messi 10.1 Soccer Boot, which was initially launched in December 2014.

In the past few months, rumors stating that Adidas would prepare a radical change in 2015 kept afloat. It now looks like Adidas' revolution will affect their current football boot concept with four different silos in a previously unimaginable extent.

Adidas to stop making Adizero, Predator, Adipure and Nitrocharge

The brand new Adidas #ThereWillBeHaters Boot Collection was launched in early 2015.

Launched in 1994, the Adidas Predator Football Boot is the most iconic modern Adidas Soccer Cleat. In 2014, Adidas celebrated the 20-years anniversary of the iconic Predator with several extremely popular limited edition releases including four iconic Adidas Predator Remakes.

It's a bold step to shelve the Adidas Predator, which will be replaced with the blackout Adidas Prototype Boots worn by Iker Casillas, Xabi Alonso and Koke.

The Adidas F50 Boots dates back to 2004. Before Adidas launched the Adidas F50, Adidas just offered the classic Copa Mundial and the Adidas Predator, worn by players such as Zidane, Beckham and Ballack. Made for speed, the Adidas F50 Adizero proved popular with players looking for a lightweight boot with fast acceleration.

Currently, Adidas' best players including Luis Suarez, James Rodriguez, Arjen Robben, Gareth Bale and Diego Costa sport the Adidas F50 Adizero. It's expected that those players will switch to the new Adidas X 15.1 Boots in Summer 2015.

It's no surprise that Adidas will stop making the Adidas Adipure Boots after the German brand launched the totally new Adidas Gloro Cleats in early March 2015. But the Adidas Gloro Boots will not worn by many high-profile players on the pitch. After two years, Adidas will also stop producing the Adidas Nitrocharge Cleat.

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