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Stunned with Messi’s massive shoe collection – story behind his signature boots

After making the switch to the X Speedflow from the Nemeziz line in 2021, the year adidas discontinued the agility silo, Lionel Messi is now using the adidas X Speedportal.1 boots as his primary pair of footwear.

He had a history of wearing speed boots previous to the release of the current X lines, most notably with the legendary F50 adizero and, in the beginning of his career, with the Nike Mercurial. He is currently wearing the Nike X line of speed boots.
Dubbed as the ‘Leyenda,’ this pair of signature X Speedportals takes us back to where the legend of Messi in the World Cup began-in 2006 wearing the F30s as made evident by the curvy striping on the medial side and the +F30 branding itself on the instep. The gold colourway gets a whole new meaning if you consider 2022 as possibly Messi’s last shot of securing a WC title.

Messi X.1 Speedportal Balon Te Adore

Messi’s signature speed boots have a white base that is lavishly decorated with red textual graphics and black adidas stripes. The Balon Te Adoro Speedportals, much like Messi’s ‘Mi Historia’ boots, feature phrases and sayings that the footballer values highly in his personal life and professional endeavors. Among these are the songs “Siempre Juntos” (which translates to “always together”) and “Compaero” (companion). The graphics move along the red Carbitex Speedframe, rҽvҽaling some of the white upper as they ascend near the top.

X Speedportal

Messi scored with the debut Game Data edition Speedportals during the first match of the Ligue 1 season in 2022, before switching to his first signature edition Speedportals shortly after the launch of the Speedportal in 2022. This occurred during preseason training for the upcoming season.

Messi x Speedflow (2021) My Story (Spanish Version) Combining Messi and Speedflow

The Solar Gold that had been utilized on a Messi signature shoe in 2014–15 was recycled for the Mi Historia, which included stylized phrases on the upper that reflected the ethos of the brand. The most to Messi was the worth of

football boot model number adidas FIFA 22 Numbersup

adidas Numbersup – This design was inspired by the skills that players have in FIFA 22. It is applied to clear grey Predator, X, and Copa boots and features 99 Pace, 99 Dribbling, and 99 Passing graphics.

El Retorno Messi X Speedflow

The colorway of the F30 boot that Lionel Messi was wearing when he scored his iconic goal against Getafe in 2007 has been recreated for the adidas El Retorno Speedflow boot.

Messi Nemeziz Showpiece Pack

adidas will release the Showpiece Pack: Silver & Gold footwear in the summer of 2021. These boots are intended for use at the end-of-season finals and in preparation for the Euros.

adidas Rey Del Balon Messi Nemeziz .1 Boots

adidas is celebrating the fаct that Lionel Messi will become the player with the most goals scored for a single club when he plays for Barcelona in 2021 by releasing the latest model of his signature shoe, the Rey Del Balon.

Messi Nemeziz 19.1 Barcelona Boot for playing football, Rosario

New shoes for Leo, with his new Nemeziz Messi 19.1 coming in a special version that commemorates his hometown of Rosario on one boot and his present home of Barcelona on the other! Leo’s new shoes are available now.

Messi Nemeziz Purple 19.1 Football Boots

adidas created the Tech Indigo Nemeziz 19.1 Messi shoe as a tribute to Lionel Messi for winning his sixth Ballon d’Or award. The shoe is a homage to the 2010 F50 adizero Chameleon, which Messi wore at the 2010 World Cup.

A pair of adidas football boots with the model number 302

adidas will release a new Nemeziz 19 for Messi as well as a new X19 in time for the major end-of-season games in 2019, including the final of the Champions League. Within the adidas 302 Redirect Pack, each boot has a brand-new design.

Initiator Pack from adidas, including the brand new Copa 19

adidas unveiled their first leather laceless Copa boot as part of the Initiator pack, which also included a new design for the Predator 19. The colors white, red, and black were combined into traditional adidas aesthetics for the boots.

Adidas Originals Spectral Mode Boots Collection

The adidas Spectral Mode Pack was introduced in September of 2018, and it will be available after the start of the 2018–19 season. This pack will have five different designs that are inspired by the style of trainers, and it will be available for the Predator, X, Nemeziz, and Copa silos.

Adidas Team Mode 2018/19 Season

There is no way that this adidas Team Mode set does not have a shoe for you… There isn’t a single boot that falls short when it comes to the range of colors that adidas offers, making this potentially the most comprehensive adidas pack in recent memory.

Adidas World Cup Boots that come in a “Energy Mode”

In time for the final of the Champions League, the X18 will receive an upgrade that will make them laceless. Additionally, the Energy Mode pack for the World Cup will include upgraded versions of the Nemeziz 18 and Messi Nemeziz, as well as the launch of Yellow Predators and a Red Copa.

Adidas Boots Collection in Blue and Green with a Deadly Strike Theme

adidas has announced the release of the Deadly Strike pack, which is a set of green clothing and boots that will be worn on the pitch during the next stage of the Champions League and by famous adidas players such as Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Iklay Gundogan, and Gabriel de Jesus.

Cold Blooded, by Adidas

adidas’ Cold Blooded Pack had arguably started the year in pole position due to such a stunning collection of football boots. This was something that was arguably required after their previous questionable Lone Hunter Pack, which had been released in January of 2018. The pack was launched in January of 2018.

Adidas Skystalker

In 2017, adidas sᴜrprised the whole world of football boots by not only releasing their Skystalker Pack but also featuring their brand-new 18+ Predator, which was designed to replace the Purecontrol line of football shoes. These football shoes went on sale to coincide with the holiday season.

Lionel Messi History
Previously, Messi wore the sports taping-inspired Nemeziz, which featured a Bandage System upper that stretches along with the movement of the foot and helps the foot to be agile as a result of its tension tape-like fit. Messi often gets his own Messi Nemeziz 19.1 editions from adidas, which feature a split outsole and Torsion System technology to provide the necessary degree of twist for executing rapid twists and changes in direction. Messi Nemeziz 19.1 versions have also been named after the player.

Messi debuted on the international stage wearing adidas’ F50 adiZero leather boot, which is the brand’s lightweight speed boot. Previously, Messi used footwear from the Messi collection. Messi has been the face of adidas for a number of years now, and the German company has capitalized on this by manufacturing a number of trademark boots for him, including as the Messi Nemeziz, Pibe Dr. Barr10, Mirosar10, and 10/10 editions.

On June 24th, 1987, Lionel Messi was born in the city of Rosario in Argentina. Many people consider Messi to be one of the greatest players of all time. Messi began his professional career in 1995 at Newell’s Old Boys and remained there until 2000. Messi was diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency at a young age. Barcelona was able to offer him therapy at a price that his family could afford, so they relocated to Spain. In 2000, Messi signed with Barcelona, where he was able to make rapid strides through the club’s youth teams. In the match against RCD Espanyol that took place in October 2004, he made his debut with the first team. He scored his first goal for the club in May 2005, when he was only 17 years old.

The entirety of Lionel Messi’s career can be summed up with just two words: titles and Barcelona. As of the time this article was written, Lionel Messi has won 10 titles in La Liga, six titles in the Copa del Rey, seven titles in the Supercopa de Espaa, three titles in the FIFA Club World Cup, and four titles in the UEFA Champions League. In addition, he has a gold medal as a result of Argentina’s victory in the finals of the football competition at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Prior to that, he was a member of the Argentina Under-20 team that triumphed in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship.

Because of his status as the league’s all-time leading scorer in all categories, he has maintained his role as a cornerstone for both Barcelona and the La Liga as a whole. His six Ballon d’Or victories, which are the most ever won by a single player, completely overshadow the countless individual honors he has received. His rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga is one that has a long and illustrious history. Because of his little physique, he is known as “La Pulga Atomica,” which translates to “the atomic flea.” This moniker helps to highlight his technical ability in contrast to Ronaldo’s physical athleticism, despite the fаct that Ronaldo has comparably effective conditioning.

Messi got a contract with Nike at the age of 14, shortly after moving to Barcelona from Newell’s Old Boys. At the time, Ronaldo was playing in the Nike Mercurial Vapor II boot. Messi moved to Barcelona from Newell’s Old Boys. In 2004, Lionel Messi made his debut for Barcelona while wearing the Nike Mercurial Vapor. However, by 2005, adidas and Nike were competing with one another to become Messi’s boot sponsor, and he ultimately decided to sign with the three stripes. In 2006, Messi became a poster boy for the company, joining the ranks of other prominent athletes such as David Beckham and Michael Ballack. That same year, Messi contributed a new type of footwear to their collection by naming it the F50.

2007 was the year that Messi debuted the F50 Titan TUNIT boot, and 2009 was the year that the customizable TUNIT boot was introduced. Because of the model’s fixed-stud configuration, he opted to wear the F30i TUNIT rather than the F50i TUNIT in the year 2009. He won the Olympic Gold medal as well as the FIFA Player of the Year title in 2009 while wearing the F30s. Before the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which was held in South Africa, adidas came out with the F50 adiZero boot. The ground-breaking boot had a weight of only 165 grams, which made it the lightest and quickest adidas boot ever created. The following pair of boots that Messi used was called the adiZero Prime. The weight of the footwear was 145 grams, making it the lightest pair of boots currently available on the market. Messi has had a number of one-of-a-kind boots created for him as a result of his numerous individual titles and Ballon d’Or victories.

In October of the same year, adidas released a one-of-a-kind black 10/10 edition of the Messi 10.1 boot. Only 100 pairs of this edition were made available across the globe, and the Messi ten ten boots were designed to be worn for three consecutive seasons. By 2015, Messi would have his own boot line, beginning with the Messi 10.1 and continuing with the Messi 15.1. Up until 2017, Messi remained committed to the Messi line of footwear. That was the year he made the switch to the Nemeziz. Messi had gotten signature colorways from each of Adidas’s silos in between World Cup calls, UCL championship wins, La Liga title wins, and even birthdays. Messi was the only player in history to win all four major European club championships (on top of his own Adidas signature boot line of course). The long relationship that Messi has had with Adidas has led to the creation of the ’15 Aos’ Nemeziz 19.1 in 2019, which is a commemoration of the 15 years that Messi has spent playing for FC Barcelona. After winning his sixth Balon d’Or in the same year, he was also honored with the Tech Indigo Messi Nemeziz 19.1 shoe.