The adidas Battle Pack black-and-white colorways are easy spots in Brazil but Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Haqiqi has selected a more classic look opting to wear the adidas World Cup cleat. The 26-year-old did put his unique spin on the cleat by blacking out the white 3-stripes on the sides and heel white detail.
The cleat was released in 1979 with eyes on it starring at the 1982 World Cup in Spain. The cleat has been worn at every World Cup since its debut. Needless to say, the cleat has been a huge success. The World Cup is the screw-in version of the Copa Mundial with the pair the biggest selling soccer cleat in history.
The adidas World Cup soccer cleat is made from kangaroo leather, currently called just K-Leather, with added leather supports from the heel that provide greater durability and stability. The outsole has 6 removable screw-in studs.
The cleat weighs in at 10.1 oz.