Thirty thousand limited adidas Ace 17+ Purecontrol FG
Ace 17 series of flagship models without shoelaces version, this section of black powder color for the PDS limited edition, limited sale of 3000 pairs. Positioning control type of it uses a sense of wrapping and touch are very good fabric fabric, with excellent cushioning Boost outsole, to help you control the audience. Elastic fabrics and high-help shoes under the use of Purecontrol simply remove the existence of shoelaces, to provide a more pure touch experience, and the shape is cool.
We are already moving on to the second generation laceless adidas Ace 17+ Purecontrol FG boot release from adidas, and this one is again filled with intricate pieces of advanced technology. In order to create a laceless boot, you have to be sure it comes together to produce an ideal form fit that won’t fall off your feet. This was already proven as functional with the initial release, so the question is where has adidas taken the silo to now?
With some minor modifications and precise tweaks, the performance of the range has definitely been taken up a notch. But can you really rely on a laceless design to get you through big games, when you need to play at your top-level without having to worry about your boots? Here are the details on what you can expect should you decide laceless is the next adidas Ace 17+ Purecontrol FG boot for you!
Between Red Limit and Checkered Black, adidas actually modified the design and altered the feel and fit of adidas Ace 17+ Purecontrol FG. This was most definitely an unusual move, as you’d expect the first release to have all of the silo’s signature characteristics. But, as it turns out, something wasn’t right with the first version and adidas took the bold move of switching things up immediately. Some point to the fact they shouldn’t have released an initial version that needed to be altered, while others applaud their proactive approach. Either way, the changes they made are positive and you can tell the difference just from taking them out the box.
he first thing I recommend doing when you get them for the first time is try them on barefoot. All of the materials inside the boot are soft, so they should immediately feel comfortable. Use the pull tabs to get them on, and see if there are any areas that feel too tight or too loose. Once you get them into game, the upper has some give and will loosen ever so slightly to conform more effectively with your foot shape. I didn’t say this about previous models of the boot, so there is definite improvement in this area.
During wear, I didn’t encounter any hot-spots, so I would deem them to a comfortable boot. But the general structure of the boot is constrictive, so you have some pressure right across the surface of your foot. To some, this might not be an issue. But I prefer to have a little wiggle room and the ability to loosen/tighten laces the way I want without fear that loose spaces might be problematic.