Adidas has launched a new version of its classic Predator Mania boots, in the cream and red colour combination worn by footballer David Beckham during the 2002 World Cup.
The Predator Mania boot, which was much coveted after being worn by Beckham, has been revived by the German sportswear brand as part of its new "champagne pack". Its release coincides with the former England football captain's 42nd birthday.
The Predator range was a huge success for Adidas. It was first unveiled in 1994 and spawned 18 different models, including the Mania, which became a popular choice for professional footballers and fans around the world.
The 2017 version of the champagne Predator Mania features a cream synthetic leather upper, rather than the kangaroo leather selected used for the original design, and a bright red tongue.
Carried over to this iteration are the boot's classic asymmetrical laces. Wearers are able to hide these away neatly by tying down the red tongue with an attached elasticated strap.
The signature Predator black rubber pads also make a return. They are placed on the top of the boot to offer increased kicking power and accuracy for football players.
Adidas has incorporated its SprintFrame technology – a lightweight chassis that provides stability – within the transparent outsole, bringing the classic style up to date with recent boot designs.
To accompany the re-release of the Predator Mania, Adidas has unveiled new matching versions of its Ace, Copa and X football boots, as well as the Purecontrol Ultraboost trainer, which features a Primeknit upper.
"The champagne design was one of Adidas Football's most iconic for our most iconic boot, the Adidas Predator Mania," said Sam Handy, vice president of design at Adidas Football.
"With the new Adidas champagne pack, we've been able to fuse a classic with our modern innovations, giving it the current twist that we know football lovers want," he added.
The Predator Mania and accompanying champagne pack are available now on Adidas' website.
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