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Adidas presents different F50 football boot designs for 16 countries
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Jun '08
adidas presents 16 F50 football boot designs inspired by characteristic elements and the flags of the countries participating in UEFA EURO 2008. Every nation will have its very own F50 TUNiT 16 design featuring a variety of country-specific details and the country's colours.

During UEFA EURO 2008, the F50 TUNiT 16 concept will also be endorsed on the field of play. Players wearing this boot will include: David Villa (Spain), Arjen Robben (Netherlands), Samir Nasri (France), Lukas Podolski (Germany), Hugo Almeida (Portugal), Tuncay Sanli (Turkey), Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden), Johan Vonlanthen (Switzerland), Bogdan Lobont (Romania), Theofanis Gekas (Greece), Andreas Ivanschitz (Austria), Robert Kovac (Croatia), Jacek Krzynowek (Poland), Vaclav Sverkos (Czech Republic) and Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia).

The F50 TUNiT 16 concept is part of adidas' modular TUNiT technology which allows players to customize and tune their football boots. The individual F50 TUNiT 16 uppers available at retail.

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