Bale's Football Boots
Gareth Bale currently wears the second generation model of the X range opting for the exposed laces X 16.1 boot rather than the covered Purechaos version. Designed for creating chaos on the pitch through aiding a player's electric pace and rapid changes of direction, the X 16 showcases as a perfect fit for the Welsh wizard.
Gareth Bale previously wore the first-gen X 15 boot after lacing up the F50 adiZero, which saw adidas make Bale the headline wearer for their limited edition F50 Crazylight model. The F50 adiZero boot delivered instant speed and acceleration to the player which suited the Real Madrid star perfectly. Bale unveiled the Electricity colour-way during his official presentation as a Real Madrid player.
Gareth Bale was born on the 16th of July, 1989 in Cardiff, Wales. Bale recently won the 2012-13 PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards making him one of the best players in the world today as he possesses world class pace, agility, crossing and dribbling abilities.
Bale began his career at Southampton where at the age of 16 years and 275 days he became the second youngest player to ever play for the club after Theo Walcott who was 132 days younger. Bale played just one year at the club before making a big money move to London club Tottenham Hotspur in 2007.
Bale began to make a name for himself at Tottenham Hotspur where he was first deployed at left back before moving forward into a left wing role in the 2010-11 season. Bale has scored over 10 goals in his last three seasons at Spurs as he won consecutive PFA Player of the Year awards in the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.
Bale made a world record transfer to Real Madrid in September 2013 signing a six year deal worth £85.3 million. This transfer fee broke the previous record of £80 million when Real Madrid bought Cristiano Ronaldo in 2011. Gareth Bale scored on his debut for the club against Villarreal.
Bale has been an avid wearer of the adidas F50 adiZero boot where he was the major headline player for the Dark Blue/Vivid Pink/Running White and Electricity editions. adidas made Bale the headline wearer for their super lightweight boot the F50 Crazylight silo which was first launched in March 2014.
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