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adidas Traxion Technology Designed to Increase Traction

September 9, 2011

After all the excitement surrounding Team USA in the recent Women’s World Cup, many soccer players are eagerly anticipating their own season this fall. A new season means new equipment, and this year, adidas is leading the way with their new Traxion technology.

The adidas Traxion cleat is designed to offer maximum grip in every direction without placing additional pressure or stress on the foot. It is lightweight but durable. Incorporating Traxion technology, it's built for speed and balance. Other features include:

  • SPRINTSKIN single-layer synthetic uppers to reduce weight and enhance feel on the ball
  • TPU support bands and bottom frame to provide lateral stability and support and prevent abrasion in the kicking area
  • Ultra-light sockliner for more comfort

Below, we list a few adidas cleats to consider this season:

Women’s Soccer Predator Absolado TRX FG Cleats — $55

Women’s Soccer F50 adiZero TRX FG Cleats — $200

Women’s Soccer adiPURE 4 TRX FG Cleats — $95

Soccer matches are won with speed and agility, so don’t get left behind this season. Check out adidas’ new cleats with Traxion technology, available on shopadidas.com.

Photos:  shopadidas.com

Topics: ADIDAS
Michael
- Michael Popelas is a guest writer from The Ohio State University where he majors in strategic communications. A Cleveland native, Popelas is a passionate and...
Michael
- Michael Popelas is a guest writer from The Ohio State University where he majors in strategic communications. A Cleveland native, Popelas is a passionate and...
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