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Predator Edge Lethal Zones

Blake Grice

David Beckham is one of the players synonymous with the adidas Predator boots. And with the 2022 Predator Edge taking its cue from the 2012 Predator LZ, it makes sense from the stripes brand to give the present iteration a signature Beckham LZ colourway.

The Predator Edge takes the solar pink paint job that Beckham rocked with his LZs during his stint in the MLS. Though the secondary colours of black and white also appear on the Predator Edge Beckham LZ, the boot reverses the colour roles to distinguish itself from the previous Predator.

Compared to the Solar Pink Beckham LZ, the Predator Edge pushes the pink fade towards its rear quarter and the white towards the main upper. The Controlframe soleplate as a whole presents a glossy pink finish as opposed to the original white and pink half-and-half application on the outsole, the three stripes and grip elements remain in black.

With a Predator Edge edition released, adidas have paired those with a remake of the original, the only update being the soleplate of the Edge replacing that of the orginal Lethal Zones. The remakes using the old Lethal Zones tooling over the Edge’s modern take on the grip elements.

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Blake Grice

Former Head Writer and Boot Head, Blake supports Manchester United and favours the number 12 shirt. He's a widefooted twenty-five goals a season striker.