adidas Predator Freak .1 FG - Blue/Core Black/White/Solar Yellow
With Demonskin 2.0 spines covering almost the entirety of the mid- and forefoot, the adidas Predator Freak .1 ups the intimidation factor in both looks and performance. The spines are styled to be even more aggressive, producing outrageous dip and swerve on shots in addition to first-class control when receiving the ball and dribbling. For comfort and convenience, the Pred’s compressive Primeknit upper now features a two-piece, easy-entry collar, with the higher back section acting as a guide to allow your foot to slide in. No messing about – cleats on, ready to play. Exactly what you want. Underfoot, the split-tooled soleplate boasts a hybrid cleat pattern for quick movement in all directions, combining with an external heel counter to ensure stability and traction as you dominate the field.
The 3-Stripes’ pioneering outlook has seen them remain at the forefront of cleat design ever since founder Adi Dassler first started making footwear in the 1920s.
From longstanding leather classics like the World Cup and Copa Mundial to more modern innovations like the all-conquering Predator, their cleats are always built to combine comfort and performance.
The adidas range includes the X for speed, the Predator for control, and the Copa for touch. Whichever cleat suits your style, whether you like to lace up or go laceless, you’ll find options available for every type of surface and every level of play.
Cleat Class - Pro
Ground Type Guide
Selecting the correct sole plate for the surface you are playing on is crucial, not only for the performance and longevity of your cleats, but also to avoid the risk of injury.
Using an outsole that isn't designed specifically for the surface on which you are playing may cause premature wear and/or damage that will not be deemed as a fault of manufacture and will prevent the retailer accepting them for a refund or exchange.
Cleats with Firm Ground soleplates are only to be used on natural short-grass surfaces that is firm underfoot but may be slightly wet.
Designed specifically for this playing surface, they offer acceleration, comfort and enhanced traction, dispersing stud pressure evenly across the foot.
FG soleplates are fixed (not removable) and are used worldwide; wetter countries tend to use them spring to autumn.
FG cleats are not to be used on artificial ground (AG) surfaces as the construction is not designed for the extra friction.
FG cleats used on AG surfaces will invalidate the manufacturer’s warranty.