The boots will be part of a limited release and will be on sale from Friday September 8, retailing at £299
ADIDAS have relaunched the classic Predator Precision football boots with the help of David Beckham.
Only select stores will be available to sell the iconic boots, which will be part of a limited release, while they will also be sold online.
Getting your hands on the snazzy blue pair will set you back a cool £299, a relatively high price for a piece of nostalgia from the 2000s.
They will go on sale this Friday, and the boots pay homage to the old Predators with the fold-over tongue and velco strap, three long wavey white stripes and built-in grooves for extra curling.
Adidas tweeted: “The master of Precision. The Predator Precision, reimagined with David Beckham. Available Friday.
Beckham became symbolic with the shoes during his playing days at Manchester United and England.
While Zinedine Zidane, Steven Gerrard and David Trezeguet also donned the boots made famous in Euro 2000.
The only minor difference from the original pair released 17 years ago, is that Adidas have included the sole-plate of their ACE 17 range – making them more lightweight.
If you don’t wan’t to buy the shoes in studs, astro turf options are also available.
Fans have been gushing over the boots on social media – though the price could be a stumbling point for many.
Despite calling them the “best boots ever made”, some are still giving the price tag a big thumbs down.