Adidas New Generation Boots

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Adidas New Generation Boots

Upper view of the Copa 19+ (left) and the Copa 19.1 (right). This boots give the option of a laceless boot giving almost the same sensation as the option with laces.

Upper view of the Copa 19+ (left) and the Copa 19.1 (right). This boots give the option of a laceless boot giving almost the same sensation as the option with laces.

Upper view of the Copa 19+ (left) and the Copa 19.1 (right). This boots give the option of a laceless boot giving almost the same sensation as the option with laces.

Upper view of the Copa 19+ (left) and the Copa 19.1 (right). This boots give the option of a laceless boot giving almost the same sensation as the option with laces.

Daniel Guarin, Discoverer Staff Writer

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The newly released Copa 19+ and 19.1, will get all the attention possible in any soccer field. The new generation of Adidas boots, give a more futuristic look to one of the most classic boots in the market.  The boots used by one of Juventus’ captains, Paulo Dybala, cost 275 dollars.

Adidas wanted to bring back the Copa line into being big in the market, and they have done it with this new generation. The Copa 19+ offer a unic look, while still being very comfortable. The Copa 19.1 offer a more customizable feel because of the laces. The laces makes them lose some of the futuristic look. The Copa 19+ ($275 dollars) have a really high prize compared to the 19.1 ($210 dollars) and the Nike Tiempo ($230 dollars).

The Copa 19+ and 19.1 are two very similar boots. Both released at the same time and with the same pack, the Copa 19+ gained more hype. The hype in the soccer world came when people saw for the first time, a leather, laceless boot. A laceless boot isn’t always the best one. To choose between this two models, you have to try them on and pick the one the best fits. The 19+ gives a good lockdown and give a good patted feel. On the other hand, the 19.1, feel more comfortable because of the customization you get by having laces. The stud pattern is the same in both boots and is a good stud pattern to make fast hard turns while playing.

The new redesign of the Copa 19+ makes them look completely different, making people believe they are a new line of boots. The new laceless design makes it more waterproof, which is a big problem with leather boots. When leather boots get wet, it makes it harder to play because they get heavier than usual. The new design helps more, but it is not completely waterproof. Even though it isn’t 100% waterproof, it has a big difference over the main competition, the Nike Tiempo. The Tiempo boots are almost 0% waterproof which makes them heavier to play with in certain conditions.

The 19+ is the first boot in Adidas to use the new fusion technology in all their boots. This new technology connects the primeknit with the leather in the upper and on the inside. This fusion between both parts is really hard to see, unlike on the Tiempo, which is almost impossible not to see the connection between the leather and the flyknit. This Adidas technology doesn’t need to be recognized because it was something necessary for the boots to work.

The Copa 19+ are for any soccer player willing to pay for them, that want one of the best and most comfortable leather boots in the market. The 19.1 are for the people which want to have the same sensation, but with a better lockdown.