Adidas is continuing its push in football for the new year with the release of its first cleat of 2016. Its latest cleat is built for speed on the dridiron.
The 2016 Adizero 5-Star 5.0 x Kevlar Chromaflage Stars & Stripes arrived today and retails for $130.
The standout feature of the cleats is the Chromaflage pattern, which features elements of the U.S. Flag as if it were viewed through a 3D liquid crystal pattern. According to the brand, its designers created an environment where an image can be projected through a 3D liquid crystal graphic to create the 3D Chromaflage pattern.
The brand’s latest cleat is lightweight, coming in at 7.9 ounces, and boast Adidas’ Sprintskin upper with Shockweb reinforcement. The cleat also features the brand’s 5-Star Frame, designed for optimal strength and traction, which uses a Kevlar-reinforced plate.
The cleats will make their debut on the field on Jan. 9 by the top high school football players in the country for the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.