An addition to the Eternal Class pack, early in 2021, adidas revived another classic Predator; the Predator Accelerator, first introduced in 1998, coming back a stealthy blackout look and a change on its tooling. The upper is the same as the original one, featuring a premium K-leather upper with a fold-over tongue to cover the asymmetrical lacing system. The signature geometrical rubber elements are of the same construction-clustered in groups and arranged in a curved formation. Like the Predator Absolute remake, the Predator Accelerator 'Eternal Class' has a glossy black Controlframe soleplate which supports the present-day Predator boots. The adidas branding on the tongue, the stitched synthetic leather straps on the sides, and the rubber pods on the forefoot use a tonal colour to be visible.
The Eternal Class Predator Absolute exudes the 2006 vibes with the asymmetrical lacing, the fold-over tongue w/ elastic strap, and most importantly, the swervy black striking elements. Furthermore, the latest Absolute remake retains the liquid rubber material composing 'Power Zone' Predator elements and the flowing golden design lines. The only thing missing is the Power Pulse bar on the forefoot of the sole as the new Absolute opts for the modern Predator's Control Frame that, in this case, is white and has a bit of a translucent finish.
The evergreen Copa Mundial in the Luxury Pack has the same, if not softer, stitched K-leather forefoot plus synthetic leathers on the midfoot and heel. The lacing remains central though the cut of the tongue is a bit shorter. Tonal white adidas stripes flow on the medial side. The lateral 'COPA MUNDIAL' inscription on the ankle area is in gold, and so as the additional adidas brandings slapped on the stitched black tags on the tongue and the top of the heel. Capping of the looks is the iridescent finish of the Exoframe stud plate, the same soleplate construction found on the modern Copa.