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Adidas Japan Blue 2002 Predator Mania Boots Are Getting A Remake

Josh Lawless

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Adidas Japan Blue 2002 Predator Mania Boots Are Getting A Remake

Adidas are launching a remake of the 2002 Japan Blue Predator Manias, continuing the brand's trend of re-releasing classic boots.

The uber reliable Footy Headlines have posted leaked pictures of the cleats, which are set to be included in the Adidas Tormentor pack when it is released in the next couple of months.

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In recent times Adidas have gone back to the future and they are doing so again here, with the recreation of the Predator Manias in another iconic colourway.

Image: BootheadMalaysia
Image: BootheadMalaysia

Like the 2002 version worn by a whole host of legends, the boots are blue, white and red and have the trademark fold-over tongue and fins on the sole.

Image: Footy Headlines
Image: Footy Headlines
Image: Footy Headlines
Image: Footy Headlines

Legends like Zinedine Zidane, Steven Gerrard, Alessandro del Piero, David Beckham and Raul all wore the boots in their prime years when they were brought out

Black, champagne and red Predator Manias have all been re-released and now the German sportswear giant have ticked off another colourway for the the classic cleats with the Japan Blue.

The boots will set you back $300 but if you want to 'Bend it like Beckham' at PowerLeague on a Monday night then you are absolutely well within your rights to make the purchase.

Even in his retirement, David Beckham is still heavily involved in the marketing campaign for the Adidas predator range and we can expect that to be the case when the boots are officially live worldwide.

Topics: Football News, Football, Adidas

Josh Lawless
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