Hypervenom II: Deceptive By Nature
Nike revealed the next step in the evolution of their cleats, Hypervenom II. A full set of technological innovations were developed in order to improve the original Hypervenom, released back in 2013. The most noticeable change is the inclusion of the Dynamic Fit Collar, introduced last year with the release of Mercurial Superfly and Magista Obra.

Costa Rica Unveils 2015 Home and Away Kits
Costa Rica unveiled their new New Balance kits ahead of this summer’s Gold Cup. Their new look combines tradition and elegance with national pride, including key details such as the teams nickname, “La Sele”, on the front and their name on the upper back. Home shirt is mainly red, while the away is mostly white. Both jerseys use the national colors on the neck and cuffs.

Xavi and Gerrard wear custom Predator cleats
Two eras are coming to an end: Steven Gerrard leaves Liverpool and Xavi Hernandez will part ways with FC Barcelona. Adidas designed two pairs of custom Predator cleats to honor them. Gerrard’s cleats pay tribute to his history with the reds, while Xavi’s take inspiration from Barcelona.

Everton Release 2015/16 Home Kit
Umbro continues growing back in the soccer world, and yesterday Everton unveiled their new home kit for the 15/16 season. It features the club’s traditional blue and white colors, appealing to their fan’s pride and loyalty. A fluorescent yellow with bright green details uniform was revealed for their goalkeepers.

The Game of Football is changing #BeTheDifference

Adidas, one of the top brands in football inovation, officially announced today the retirement of their iconic football cleats- the Predator, f50, 11Pro and Nitrocharge. The future will be “X” and “ACE” and are expected to make their debut during the Champions League final on May 25th.

This is it for this week’s recap. Be sure to visit the blog next week to witness the change in the game by Adidas and many other releases and features that WorldSoccerShop will have for you!