Dybala's Copa 19 Boots
Paulo Dybala currently wears the adidas Copa football boot and having worn Nike in the past the Argentine is considered to be one of adidas' biggest names along with Paul Pogba and Lionel Messi. adidas market the Copa for players that want a clean touch on the ball and along with Dybala, the likes of Mats Hummels and David de Gea headline the Copa silo.
The Copa made history in 2018 becoming the first ever leather football boot to use no laces by adidas and it completed the brand's quadruple lineup of laceless boots with the Predator, X and Nemeziz already being laceless. The Copa uses high quality K-Leather for a supple touch on the ball yet remaining comfortable while Fusionskin allows the boot to remain lightweight and durable.
Paul Dybala was born in Cordoba, Argentina in 1993 and began his professional career with Instituto in 2011 before moving to Europe with Italian side Palermo in 2012. Dybala's last season with Palermo sparked a big money move for Juventus in 2015 where he made an instant impact scoring 23 goals and helped the side to another Serie A title in his debut season for the Old Lady.
Consecutive Serie A and Coppa Italia titles, two unsuccessful Champions League finals in 2015 and 2017 followed for Paulo Dybala and Juventus. At an individual level Paulo Dybala has appeared in several Serie A Team of the Years and he should appear higher in Ballon d'Or rankings in the future.
Dybala's boot history was somewhat been abrupt where he began his career wearing Nike's Mercurial and while at Palermo he wore the Superfly. His first few seasons at Juventus saw him out of contract and wearing blacked out football boots from Nike, adidas and Puma. A boot contract with adidas was signed prior to the Russia 2018 World Cup where he marketed the Glitch before switching to the Copa.
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