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Designer Creates Insane And Futuristic Tesla Football Boots Concept

Designer Creates Insane And Futuristic Tesla Football Boots Concept

A product designer has created an insane new concept of what Tesla football boots would look like.

With football boots evolving remarkably over the years, CGI Artist Hussain Almossawi has put his skills to the test by imagining what would happen if Elon Musk's billion-pound electric vehicle and clean energy company dabbled in football cleats production.

The result: the football boots of the future. Hussain has vast experience working for the likes of Adidas, Nike and EA but it's these images that look truly next level and offer an exciting glimpse into the time ahead.

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Explaining how the project came about, Hussain said: "This was a fun concept I created imagining what the future of football boots can look like, when the two universes of different brands merge together.

"The result would be a futuristic design, neutral tones, lines and lights that connect with an increasingly viable market proposal.

"The goal of the project was to envision the future of football and have a fun take on how certain themes and keywords can drive the design narrative and language for each boot."

Could it be actually be a thing? Stranger things have happened but it promises to be an absolute game-changer.

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These 'unique' boots have been reworked for everyday wear as opposed to athletic activities, have their round-spiked polyurethane soles, and come in a variety of different colours, including black, white and red.

There's a retro foldable tongue design containing the company's logo, though you just know whoever wears these on a mucky Sunday League pitch is getting clattered.

Topics: Football News, Football, Football boots

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