The Remastered Version Of The F50 Tunit's From 2006 Are Officially Here
Adidas have remastered the iconic F50 boot worn by the likes of Lionel Messi and David Villa during the mid 00's.
'The Tunits' would give players the opportunity to personalise their boot configuration down to preference in order to gain optimal performance no matter what the playing surface.
The boots consisted of a upper, sole, chassis and studs that were completely modular and interchangeable.
The iconic dark blue and yellow trim colourway was just one of several released by Adidas at the time, and rumours earlier this year suggested that the boots would return to the market in late 2019 or 2020, according to Footy Headlines.
Well, in a huge drop from the merchandise giants, Adidas has officially re-released the F50.6 Tunit's.
A legendary design with modern technology sees the limited edition adidas FG Tunit football boots bring old school style to the pitch with performance fit for the top flight.
The famous blue, yellow and white feature classic style and design points and blend them with the ultra light outsole that propels the X and players like Gareth Bale and Mohamed Salah, according to the Pro Direct Soccer website.
PRO's online price of the boot is currently £180.00.
Here are some official snaps from the Pro Direct website. These are different levels of nostalgia.
Earlier this year, the famous boots worn by Zinedine Zidane at the 2006 World Cup were also remade.
When he was speaking about the Predator X, the former Real Madrid midfielder revealed it was the boot that improved his game year on year.
"Having worn Predators throughout my career, I've always been amazed with the continued product development and what each new version of the boot bought to my game," he said via Footy Boot.
"With Predator X, I've been working with Adidas to help lend my football experience to their product knowledge to truly deliver the next step in boot technology."
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