Friday 23rd June 2017,
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Adidas Creates Special Edition Cleats in Honor of Memorial Day

Adidas Creates Special Edition Cleats in Honor of Memorial Day

Today, Adidas baseball unveiled the special edition adizero Afterburner Memorial Day cleats to pay homage and remember all those who have served in our country’s armed forces.

adizero afterburner memorial day

Designed around a red silicone poppy flower with a ribbon that reads “Thank you,” the 2017 adizero Afterburner Memorial Day cleats feature a military-themed splinter camo, woven canvas upper. The red poppy, also called the remembrance poppy, is often used to commemorate military personnel. Additional detailing includes a pull tab on the back of the cleats that reads “Forever Honor” to memorialize those who’ve served our country, along with the iconic adidas three stripes highlighted in metallic bronze.

The 2017 adizero Afterburner, the lightest cleat in the game, is engineered with a lightweight, seamless SPRINTSKIN upper with zoned support and a reinforced abrasion toecap for lateral movements and sprints between the bases. Sculpted to be aerodynamic and wrap around the foot to provide a sock-like feel, the new TECHFIT breathable, compression bootie allows for flexibility and movement through the ankle, while an articulated heel helps deliver a lockdown sensation that makes the cleat feel like an extension of the foot for multidirectional movement and control.

The U.S. military uniform inspired upper sits atop a full-length LITESTRIKE EVA midsole for increased cushioning and comfort. The Memorial Day cleats are powered by a matte khaki plate with PROTRAX cleat configuration that provides dynamic acceleration and traction.

The 2017 adizero Afterburner Memorial Day cleats will make their on-field debut on more than 100 #teamadidas baseball players this weekend and will be available starting today for $100 exclusively at adidas.com.

adizero afterburner memorial day

adizero afterburner memorial day

adizero afterburner memorial day

 

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