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adidas Release Nemeziz “Ocean Storm”

adidas Nemeziz Ocean Blur Pack

adidas has added a fresh new look to their Nemeziz collection as they revealed the first boot from the upcoming “Ocean Storm” Pack. Lionel Messi was the player to intro the new Black/Ocean Blue design with Electric Yellow signature 3-stripe on the side of the laceless Nemeziz 17+ 360Agility. The design transcends through the entire silo, including the cage and street versions.

Designed to enhance the performance of the game’s most agile players, NEMEZIZ is inspired by the idea of ‘taping’; a process used commonly in sport to deliver security, support and adaptability. These unique features are apparent through the cleat’s AGILITYBANDAGE, featuring revolutionary TORSIONTAPES technology to keep the foot locked down and deliver ultimate fit. A dual-lock collar secures the ankle in place to enable explosive change of direction.

In terms of retail, everything Nemeziz is available to ship today, while adidas will release the entire Ocean Storm pack early next week.

Leo Messi Ocean Storm

 

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