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adidas X Speedflow.1 IN - Sky Rush/Team Shock Pink/White
Beginning the next chapter of fast, the X Speedflow ups the tempo with a supportive Agilitycage frame and a Primeknit closure, enabling quick cuts and turns and minimizing distractions. The Agilitycage and Primeknit work in tandem, with the lightweight, laser-cut frame reinforcing the Primeknit skin such that it flexes and flows with your momentum, providing stability while maintaining a natural feel. The design gives a huge advantage to wing wizards and tricky forwards, combining with Lightstrike cushioning to cater for any type of speed, whether that’s straight-line shuttle runs, jinking past opponents, or anticipating the game with smart positioning.
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.
Indoor surfaces are used for small-sided games such as 5-a-side and Futsal and are usually flat, extremely hard and unforgiving. Indoor outsoles (sometimes known as IN, IT – Indoor Trainer or IC – Indoor Court or Indoor Competition) use non-marking materials such as moulded gum rubber (can be clear or coloured) and provide cushioning, traction, flexibility and durability.
Indoor shoes use pivot points, flex grooves and herringbone patterns for optimum movement and traction.