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adidas reveal Yohji Yamamoto adizero f50
Fashion meets football with limited edition boot inspired by Japanese culture
adidas have teamed up with award-winning Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, the man behind the adidas Y-3 fashion brand, to launch the limited edition Yohji Yamamoto adizero f50 boot.
The collaboration between adidas and the well-known designer marks the latest in a line of special edition football boots, following on from the successful release of the White Copa Mundial and “Enlightened” reflective football boots in recent weeks.
Only 2,000 pairs of the visually striking f50s will be available globally, with just 25 of those pairs making their way to the UAE. The limited edition Yohji Yamamoto adizero f50 boots will only be available at the adidas performance store in Mall of the Emirates as of Monday October 28th giving football enthusiasts in the region a chance to be one of the elite few to own a pair.
The new miCoach X_CELL will help you make the rise from good to great. It measures your explosiveness when making those short sharp cuts, those huge hanging jumps and your overall 'Hustle score' during a game. Out-jump your opponent. Burst through the gain line. Go all in. Every time.
With the SPEED_CELL, you can track your performance on the field of play like never before. Capture your top speed, distance, intensity and number of sprints so you can study your game, train smarter and improve. You used to think you were fast. Now you know for certain.
Sync your stats with the multi-sport app and watch it get to work. It analyses your game and tells you where you need to improve. Then gives you a training programme designed just for you, so weaknesses are temporary and strengths are forever.
The adidas Snapshot global leaderboard, who has the hardest strike?Tweet your adidas Snapshot score to @adidasfootball to join the league – each month, the leaders will win an adidas prize!It’s time to go all in.
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Spend a day with two British artists who think childhood should never end. She's a little bit of an artistic wunderkind and he's a little bit of a brit-pop, hip-hop musical genius. Together they are Rosie Bones and Mr.Hudson of the British band "BIGkids", using their love for music and knack for visual eye candy to rocket into your living room with their new video "Heart Sing" off their new album "Never Grow Up", now available for pre-order.
Reaching UEFA Champions League level means the right training with the right gear.
The adizero f50 is the lightest boot on the planet. Light makes fast, so players like Messi are now faster on and off the ball than ever before. Feet and mind work with lightening quickness, change in direction happens in an instant. Need speed? Use adizero f50 to quicken your game and leave the competition behind.
miCoach has teamed up with coach of champions, José Mourinho, to help take serious young talent further. The 2012/2013 Season Training Program devised in collaboration with José Mourinho uses the same exercises and programs followed by top UEFA Champions League players. Working alongside the UEFA Champions League season itself, each phase of the plan builds on the last to achieve one final objective: taking your game to the ultimate level.
Join José Mourinho and the UEFA Champions League training group at http://micoach.com/uclgroup
Hitting UEFA champions league level is all about the right training combined with the right gear.
For Xavi and many top players, that means one boot – the adidas Predator Lethal Zones. The adidas Predator Lethal Zones offers unprecedented precision for perfect ball control. First touch, dribble, pass, drive, sweet spot – 5 Lethal Zones that make this boot the deadliest weapon on the pitch. When 90 minutes can mean only 90 seconds on the ball, be deadly and make each touch count with the new adidas Predator Lethal Zones.
miCoach has teamed up with coach of champions, José Mourinho, to help take serious young talent further. The 2012/2013 Season Training Program devised in collaboration with José Mourinho uses the same exercises and programs followed by top UEFA Champions League players. Working alongside the UEFA Champions League season itself, each phase of the plan builds on the last to achieve one final objective: taking your game to the ultimate level.
Join José Mourinho and the UEFA Champions League training group at http://micoach.com/uclgroup
When the greats express themselves, this is what they do it with.
Since season 2000/2001 centre of the action at UEFA Champions League is the adidas Finale Official Match ball. The 32 panel Finale Ball, with its recognizable UEFA Champions League star pattern was literally designed for football’s greatest pitches and the ultimate level of the game. Be the player of the season with the ball of the season.
On September 2, 2012 Brazilian football fans wrote their own chapter in FIFA World Cup™ history by picking 'Brazuca' as the name of the official match ball for the 2014 tournament.
Three names, inspired by elements of Brazilian culture, were offered as options for a public vote. The names were Brazuca, Bossa Nova, and Carnavalesca and for the past three weeks Brazilian football fans have been voting for their favourite in their thousands – the first time fans have been directly involved the naming of the FIFA World Cup™ ball.
adidas has supplied the FIFA World Cup™ Official Match Ball since 1970. It is always a symbol for the tournament with examples like Azteca atMexico 1986, Fevernova at Japan 2002, and the iconic Tango at Argentina 1978.
At the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ the official match ball will be called adidas Brazuca - an informal term used by Brazilians to describe national pride in the Brazilian way of life. As with their approach to football, it is always full of emotion, pride and goodwill to all.
In conjunction with the FIFA Secretary-General Jérôme Valcke, the Official Match Ball name was unveiled to the country by former FIFA World Cup™ winner and football legend Cafu. After more than 1 million votes, the name Brazuca won with 70% of votes.
As suppliers of the Official Match ball to all FIFA World Cup™ matches since 1970 adidas have continually set new standards of innovation with iconic designs and cutting edge technology and the adidas Brazuca ball will continue that heritage.
Reaching UEFA Champions League level takes the right training and the right gear.
For classy midfielder leaders with dynamism and vision, the right gear is the adipure 11pro. Elegant and authentic, the ultimate all-round boot combines comfort, sublime touch and box-to-box durability. Together they make adipure 11pro the perfect fit for pure players like Schweinsteiger whose fluid playing style inspires those around them.
miCoach has teamed up with coach of champions, José Mourinho, to help take serious young talent further. The 2012/2013 Season Training Program devised in collaboration with José Mourinho uses the same exercises and programs followed by top UEFA Champions League players. Working alongside the UEFA Champions League season itself, each phase of the plan builds on the last to achieve one final objective: taking your game to the ultimate level.
Join José Mourinho and the UEFA Champions League training group at http://micoach.com/uclgroup
Half way through the group stage and player fitness is being tested to the full. Are your performances keeping up with the pace? José Mourinho’s exclusive training plan will keep you going as others start to tire. Get trained at http://micoach.com/uclgroup.
The 2012/2013 Season Training Program devised in collaboration with José Mourinho uses the same exercises and programs followed by top UEFA Champions League players. Working alongside the UEFA Champions League season itself, each phase of the plan builds on the last to achieve one final objective: taking your game to the ultimate level. Join José Mourinho and the UEFA Champions League training group at http://micoach.com/uclgroup
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