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With a brand new adidas Predator series comes anticipation, hype and pressure. One of the most iconic football boots of all time, the Predator is renown for genuine accuracy, power and touch innovations and with that comes expectation to perform. When you open the box of a brand new Predator for the first time it should give you that urge to grab a bag of balls, set up camp on the edge of the box, and launch an assault on the top corner. If it doesn’t? Well, it just ain’t Predator enough.

For 2023, it’s time to meet the adidas Predator Accuracy football boots – upgraded and armed with next-generation shooting capabilities all built on top of a lighter, more streamlined Predator model.

Before we get into our 7 things, check out our challenge review of the new adidas Predator Accuracy football boots as the lads put the new technologies through their paces in a search of perfect power, touch, accuracy and traction.

1. Miss Nothing

A catchy slogan for the new boot but one that is backed up by the brand. The adidas Predator Accuracy football boots are designed with the sole purpose of being bang on target. Everything about the next-generation build is centred around hitting your target with power and with accuracy. Get the ball out of your feet and hit your spot – the boots work with your natural technique to enhance spin, power and accuracy.

2. Lighter Design

The adidas Predator Accuracy is lighter than the previous Predator Edge series thanks to the soft hybrid touch vamp material which provides a moulded fit and soft touch on the ball. The overall silhouette has been slimmed down as adidas aim to deliver a Predator boot that carries weight in front of goal but stays sharp all over the pitch.

3. Shoot on Sight

High definition grip is placed precisely along the upper to add that injection or power or spin when striking at goal. This is the trademark technology of the Predator series and is an evolution of the rubber fins we’ve seen across every generation of the boot since it first took to pitches in 1994. While the lightweight nature ensures the boot is agile and fast.