Adidas Discontinues Adizero and Predator | Adidas Ace, Adidas X and Adidas Messi Boots Revealed

The Adidas Messi 15 Boot has finally arrived. After Adidas already launched the Adidas Ace and Adidas X Boots last week, the totally new Adidas Messi 2015-2016 Cleats were revealed today, set to debut in the Champions Leage final on Saturday

Adidas has made the biggest changes to their soccer cleats line-up of the past decades last week. Almost all Adidas Football athletes were spotted wearing totally new blacked-out Adidas 2015 Prototype Boots in March 2015, showing-off Adidas' upcoming soccer boots. Find out what's the future of Adidas Soccer Cleats right now.

Adidas discontinues the Adidas Adipure, Adizero, Nitrocharge and Predator

No more Adizero, Predator, Nitrocharge and Adipure. It was quite a shock when we reported that Adidas will stop making all of their four current boot silos from Summer 2015 to herald a new era of Adidas Football Boots. Adidas' silo shake-up has taken effect from April 2015, when Adidas released the last ever regular colorways for the Adidas F50 Adizero and Adidas Predator Instinct.

After more than 20 years, Adidas stops making the iconic Adidas Predator Boots. The German brand celebrated the 20-years anniversary of the Predator with extremely popular special editions including remakes of the Adidas Predator 1994, Predator Accelerator and Predator Mania in 2014. Launched as limited editions, the Adidas Predator Remakes sold out quickly.

Adidas also stops making the Adidas F50 Adizero (Speed), the Adidas Adipure 11pro (Modern Heritage) and the Adidas Nitrocharge (Energy) Soccer Cleats.

None of the four current Adidas boot silos have a direct successor, even though Adidas offer similar boot concepts as a replacement for the Adidas Adipure 11pro, Adidas F50 Adizero, Adidas Nitrocharge 1.0 and Adidas Predator Instinct.

New Adidas 2015-2016 Boots | Adidas Ace , Adidas X, Adidas Messi

This is the new Adidas Ace Boot.

The totally new Adidas Ace 2015-2016 Soccer Boots are made for superior ball control, touch and comfort, and are marketed as Adidas' Control Boot.

Former Adidas Predator players such as Mesut Özil and Iker Casillas will sport the new Adidas Ace 15.1 from the upcoming season, while the Adidas Ace 15.1 Boots will be also worn by Koke, who currently wears the Adidas Nitrocharge, and James Rodríguez, who currently wears the Adidas F50 Adizero 2015 Football Shoes.

The Adidas X 15.1 Boots feature a similar design approach as the Adidas F50 Adizero, made for lightweight, touch and speed. Adidas also introduces a Dynamic Fit collar concept for the Adidas X 2015-2016 Cleats, made for flexible ankle support, while the Adidas X feature no Three Stripes.

The new Adidas X 15.1 Boots will be worn by players such as Theo Walcott, Gareth Bale, Arjen Robben and Luis Suarez from today.

Lionel Messi is the only Adidas player to receive his own signature boot, the new Adidas Messi 15.1 Boots. The Adidas Messi 15.1 Boot features a 3d synthetic leather upper and a new skeleton outsole with a similar cleats alignment as the 2014 Adidas Boot with triangular studs for instant acceleration and agility.

To offer players a modern leather boot at an affordable price, Adidas introduced the Adidas Gloro 2015 Cleats in March 2015. The Adidas Gloro is available in six different colors and features super soft Kangaroo leather in the forefoot area, made for better ball control.

Check out all Adidas 2015 Boots in our boot calendar. Which Adidas boot will you miss most? What's your favorite new Adidas 2015-2016 Football Boot?