With adidas officially launching their new Primeknit 2.0 silo this week, Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez is teh second player after Luis Suarez to officially wear the boots.
The Colombian ace will be set to wear the boots in his club’s big Champions League quarter-final clash with Atletico Madrid this week. Rodriguez is one of adidas’ headline F50 wearers and it seems he has temporarily switched to adidas’ knitted boot for the time being. Rodriguez wore the Battle Pack 2014 adiZero when he socred the goal of the 2014 World Cup against Uruguay.
The Primeknit by adidas is one of the lightest and softest boots ever created by the German brand and it features a new raised collar in the heel region for additional Achilles support. Just 10,000 pairs will be made worldwide so get in quick if you want your own pair.