Football boot release: adidas launch ‘The Enlightened Pack’

Enlightened_Boot_GroupShot_Image_006 are delighted to unveil ‘The Enlightened Pack’ – adidas’ way of introducing reflective technology to their football boots!

After Lotto released the Solista (review will go live soon) it appears the big boys are now starting to experiment with hi-vis materials…

adidas will light up the UEFA Champions League with its reflective exposure innovation for boots that captures and bounces off the light of floodlights and cameras to stun defenders and opposition.

‘The Enlightened Pack’ takes the customisation capabilities on the miadidas web site to new heights, with fans now able to opt for a ‘reflective exposure’ material on their boots and laces to bring the iconic three stripes to life on the pitch.

The customisations will be available across all four adidas football footwear silos: adizero f50; predator; nitrocharge and 11pro.




Europe’s top players will debut the reflective technology in a one off appearance during the forthcoming UEFA Champions League matches set to take place tonight and tomorrow (22nd / 23rd October).




adidas first used reflective technology in their sports footwear in 2012 when launching the adidas adizero Smoke “Spotlight” colourway in American Football.




Football fans will now be able to apply the ‘reflective exposure’ to their customised miadidas boots online whilst selected retailers will also be selling boots with the treatment on high streets around the world.




The Enlightened Pack is available from today (Tuesday 22nd October) for purchase in selected adidas retail outlets, associated stockists and via Join the adidas football conversation at or on Twitter: @adidasfootball.


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