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adidas Launch 11PRO TK Boot

Dean Ariola

Another season, another Champions League Final, and another La Liga title in the bag. Toni Kroos has simply added to his career that is already filled with countless golden football moments. All these would not be possible without him being one of the greatest midfielder of all time. We certainly find it more admiring that he continues to achieve and remain an integral part of Real Madrid’s XI despite the rise of Jude Bellingham. And for that we find it fitting that the Stripes brand recognises this fact and that they have paid tribute by launching the limited-edition adidas 11PRO TK.

Last November 2013, adidas acknowledges the player’s decision to stick with the adipure after all these years by launching a remake. And we feel that the purpose of it is to showcase the boot so everyone, especially those younger boot consumers, would understand why the midfielder stuck with the silo even if it has already been discontinued. Fast forward to today, we can sense that it is now Kroos who is the star of the show. Yes, we are still getting a remake of his trusted adipure boots. But this time around the remake is to present the remarkable career he has achieved.

In fact, Toni Kroos is heavily involved in designing the 11PRO TK. It is certainly a nice gesture from SVP Product and Design at adidas Football Sam Handy to not only launch a limited-edition adipure for the player but also invite him to conceptualise the look of the boot itself.

People have come to know me for my loyalty to the 11PRO. It’s definitely my signature boot and it was an absolute honor to collaborate with adidas on this special edition. I’m looking forward to wearing them on the field soon.

Toni Kroos, 2024

The boot has that familiar predominance of white across the upper as well as the quilting on the stitched forefoot. Kroos however switches the accent from blue to gold and has it applied on the Stripes, heel and from the midfoot to rear of the outsole. The black outlines give the Stripes a somewhat richer, 3D look. The Real Madrid star then signs off with a signature on the forefoot of the Torsionframe. I guess even Toni Kroos knows how to mix things up from time to time!

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Dean Ariola

Dean has worked Chief writer at the Black & Orange team since 2020, he has an indepth knowledge of all the soccer shoes from the big brands, you have him to thank for all the updates to our Boot Secrets guide and he is first on the scene with all the new releases for you!