About Luson Adidas Predator: Every version of the boot through the years inventory(1994-2000)user manual | Luson

February 03, 2023


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From the Mania to the Mutator and every Adidas Predator in between – a look back at one of the most iconic boots in history


27 long years ago, Adidas Predators were launched – part-rubber, part-Kangaroo leather boots that would shake up the game as we knew it.

These things looked weird. With big ridges on them and soft sides, they were the pinnacle of footballing technology, modelled by the likes of Teddy Sheringham and Paul Gascoigne. Well, look how far we've come. 

The Predators were rested only to rise from the ashes a few years back. We've had champagne-coloured editions, David Beckham specials, Preds that were lighter, Preds that were brighter, the shiny and the stripey, the garish and the gorgeous. Phew. 

What's your favourite since the mid-90s?

Predator (1994)


The very first Adidas Predator was the height of sophistication at the time but tell that to kids who are younger than this model. It must look like a Nokia phone or a CD player.

The Preds were available in black and white - of course - with red accents. This became the standard colourway for the boot as time went on, too. The first goal scored in these lovely boots was a free-kick from John Collins for Celtic. 

Adidas Predator Rapier (1995)


The second edition of the Predator evolved the rubber pads to make them a little less ridged. These beauties were the very first Adidas boots available in different colours - though the white/red was a limited range. Can't have players going mad now, can we?

Of course, Gazza was front and centre for the ad campaigns on these ones. Here at FFT, we'd love it if Adidas could get the big man back to advertise the new ones with comedy capers a-plenty. Love you, Gazza. 

Adidas Predator Touch (1996)


Now it's evolving into something more recognisable. The third set of Predators were widely-available in white, though black was still popular. This set featured Traxion (trx) studs, which were rectangular and anatomically placed - which was weird in the 90s, because studs were always metal and round. 

Adidas Predator Accelerator (1998)


With France 98 came the Accelerator. The red heel was removed by 1999 but this model had a redesigned sole. Also, 999 yellow versions were made - they basically just looked like they were designed for Watford players. 

Adidas Predator Precision (2000)


The first Predators of the new millennium were suitably futuristic - well, relatively - with replaceable studs. Yes! Replaceable! The idea made sense in that you could adjust your boots depending on the weather and ground conditions, though the studs would come loose easily and sometimes just drop out on the pitch somewhere. 

You'd have an entire bench fiddling with Allen keys to get ready for the surface - while the first XI searched the grass for missing chunks of metal. Other than that, classic design. 


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