In an absolute stellar dual release by German giants Adidas, the new ‘Absolute’ and ‘F50’ skins for the iconic Gitch19 are an absolute bliss.
Inspired from 2005 for the latest Glitch inclusion, Adidas launch the F50 skin, which is in line with the F50+ ‘Spider’. A subtle tweak of elegance with a sick take on aesthetics, the F50 continues the silo feeling of the Three Stripes.
The new age boots also don the Glitch branding on the outstep. The eye catchy Spider graphics on the colourway are just a treat to look at. The F50 also comes with an intricate wavy criss cross feel body and the lack of lace offers a premium look.
The F50 line is a regular for Adidas to dip into when looking for any Glitch inspiration. In a breathtaking evolution to boot design, Adidas sure know how to keep with the silo design.
Launching at the same time are the Glitch19 ‘Absolute’ Skin, recreating the look of the iconic 2006 World Cup Predator Absolute who were worn by German international Michael Ballack. In a strong resemblance to the original 2006 boots, Adidas keeps the same wavy Three Stripes paying homage to the slick design. A noticeable difference is of course the no lace feature.
Even though the need for traditional stitching on these new gear isn’t present, the feature has been recreated across the vamp of the Glitch19 for image alone that brings some authentic aesthetics. The old colouring of the 2006 release has been taken down a level but still keeping the retro vibes in place.
We’re so head-over-boots for these new babies and we can only wait to watch them grace the million-pound feet of some elite talent.