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Adidas 5.10 Teases New Hellcat Pro at UCI World Championships 6

As the 2020 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships take to the stage in Leogang, Austria, Five Ten showcases the new Hellcat and Hellcat Pro, set for public release in summer 2021.

Adidas 5.10 Teases New Hellcat Pro at UCI World Championships

The Hellcat pro is arguably the most winning clipless shoe of a generation, developed in partnership with Greg Minnaar, the current model was released in 2016 to critical acclaim. 5 years on and under the guiding eye of Greg Minnaar once again, 2021 will see the release of the updated Hellcat and Hellcat Pro.

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Teasing the new generation of Hellcat shoes at the UCI World Championships, adidas Five Ten provided their international athletes with personalised all white Hellcat and Hellcat Pro’s, signaling the 2021 launch of the new range. The 2021 launch will be the 3rd generation of Hellcat Pro to be available to the public and includes several key updates:

  • TPU Toe Cap
  • Poron impact resistant toe foam
  • Stealth Marathon Rubber Outsole
  • 72 grams weight saving * US 11 Size shoe
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“Five Ten has a long history in racing and working with the best athletes in the world. The update to the Hellcat and Hellcat Pro shows our continued commitment to the demanding performance aspects of the sport, working in partnership with elite racers. In a sport where fractions of second decide the podium, every little update counts.” Luke Hontz – Senior Product Manager

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Stay tuned for more information and the future release date of the new Hellcat and Hellcat Pro from adidas 5.10.

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About adidas 5.10

Too much of life now happens indoors, affecting health, happiness, and creativity. That's why, as the creator brand in the outdoors, we believe being outdoors is the solution. Run, bike, hike, or climb – adidas 5.10 combines more than 50 years of integrated technology.

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