adidas Launch The COPA Sense ‘Superstealth’

Rocking up even later to the party than the Predator Freak, the all-new COPA Sense gets suitably suited up to complete the ‘Superstealth’ pack, with a dark upper that features an iridescent shimmer.

It’s been on the cards for a little while, but adidas finally launched the next generation COPA this week, dubbed ‘Sense’. But despite that luxuriously blacked out upper, if that gold soleplate is still a little too much bling for your game, then just may be that the second look for the COPA Sense is up your alley. Completing the ‘Superstealth’ pack, it is dressed in a similar presentation to that of the ‘Superlative’ launch look, albeit with some subtle tweaks.

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The ‘Superstealth’ pack began way back at the start of January, with adidas opening their account for 2021 with dark displays for just the Nemeziz and X Ghosted. But as has been the case in recent years, the rest was being held back, awaiting the launch of the next generation upgrades, which subsequently arrived in the form of the Predator Freak and now, the COPA Sense.

The pack as a whole veers towards darkness, although flashes of subtle colour mark them out. For the COPA Sense, that comes firstly in the form of a shimmer of oily iridescence throughout that wavy upper, with the Three Stripes then standing out on the heel in red. That’s it for colour though, with the all new soleplate blacked out. And so completes adidas’s turn to the dark side for 2021. 

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COPA SENSE (R3999) will be worn by some of the world’s best players including Paulo Dybala, Melanie Leupolz, Jude Bellingham Ronwen Williams and Martina Rosucci, and is available for pre-order worldwide via adidas.co.za and selected retailers.

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