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fear or be feared

Updated for 2014, this version of the Predator has been updated with transparent Lethal Zones as well as a newly developed passing pad on the upper. Designed for the most technical play-making.

adidas' Preadtor Instinct offers precision passing and control, SL rubber zones for grip on the ball.

Designed with five 3D-engineered superlight rubber lethal zones for optimal grip on the ball, the Instinct delivers superior control with every touch of the ball.

UPPER: Hybridtouch upper, a new supersoft material that blends the benefits of leather and synthetic.

Precision passing and control through new engineered gel pad.

OUTSOLE: New transparent outsole with improved flexibility in the forefoot.

WEIGHT: 9.8 oz.


Las estrellas del fútbol saben que deben evolucionar para no quedarse atrás. Esta versión mejorada de los Predator brinda a los jugadores el control que necesitan para complementar su talento innato. Los Predator Instinct de adidas vienen con una almohadil

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