Close-up of the adidas Predator Accelerator “Core Black” color scheme
In early July 2018, adidas brought back the legendary line of adidas Predator Accelerator soccer shoes with the help of two football legends, David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane. Following that, an off-pitch trainer version of the shoe was also born. Called the adidas Predator Accelerator “Street”, this is a spike-less version and is geared towards a trainer or lifestyle style.
The main colors for this first release include the three colors of bright gold, red and black called “Electricity”. The trainer version of the variant is inspired by the adidas Predator Accelerator boot pair. The upper body is also made from high-quality kangaroo leather. The biggest difference lies in the base unit when Boost technology is fitted to the trainer version.
This August, adidas stormed and continued to release these two versions with the classic color scheme that player David Beckham loves and has been with most of his career. The main color scheme called “Core Black” with 3 strong black / red / white colors is back. This is the color scheme that lovers of football in the late 90s will feel familiar because it always appeared on the TV screen and newspaper face at that time.
Recalling a little about the classic line of adidas soccer shoes, the Predator was born in 1999, this shoe was only 999 pairs at launch and was used by many football superstars at that time. The two most famous names are David Beckham and Zidane.
Both spiked and trainer versions of the adidas Football Predator Accelerator “Core Black” shoes are now available at select retail stores such as Ultra Football.
Source: Close-up of the adidas Predator Accelerator “Core Black” color scheme