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Exclusive: Adidas to Call Next-Gen Predator Simply "Predator"

In early 2024, Adidas will release the next-gen Predator football boots. Now we can leak the name of the boots, and it is unlike what was expected.

The Adidas Predator is a line of football boots that was first introduced in 1994, 30 years ago in 2024. The boots are known for their innovative design and technology, and have been worn by some of the biggest names in the sport, including Zidane, Beckham, Xavi, Gerrard, and Pogba.

Adidas Predator 2024 Name: Just Called Adidas Predator

According to exclusive Footy Headlines sources, the next-gen Predator boots will be simply called "Predator". This marks a significant shift from the previous names that had incorporated additional words such as "Accuracy", "Freak", "LZ", "Precision", "Accuracy", and so on.

Interestingly, the first-ever Adidas Predator boots were simply called "Predator" when they were introduced in 1994. Now, after 30 years, Adidas seems to be returning to their roots with the new name.

It is unclear yet whether this name change is a one-time thing or if it will apply to all future models. However, the move is likely to create a buzz among football enthusiasts, who are eagerly anticipating the release of the next-gen Predator boots.

Adidas Predator Naming History

All images via Footy.com.

  • Predator (1994)
  • Predator Rapier (1995)
  • Predator Touch (1996)
  • Predator Accelerator (1998)
  • Predator Precision (2000)
  • Predator Mania (2002)
  • Predator Pulse (2004)
  • Predator Absolute (2006)
  • Predator PowerSwerve (2007)
  • Predator X (2009)
  • Predator adiPower (2011)
  • Predator LZ (2012)
  • Predator Instinct (2014)
  • Predator 18 (2017)
  • Predator 19 (2018)
  • Predator Mutator (2020)
  • Predator Freak (2021)
  • Predator Edge (2022)
  • Predator Accuracy (2023)
  • Predator (2024)

The next-gen Adidas Predator 2024 releases in January/February 2024.

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