The Adidas Predator 19.4 follows the trend of most Adidas upper braids. The cleat seems to fit the Predator line but is significantly lower on the totem pole in terms of quality. The padding is slightly thicker than other cleats available in the market. It helps to give the cleat some form of comfort, but eventually, the cleat becomes surprisingly rigid when combined with the soleplate. It also means that your touch won’t be as clean as it can be with an upper-echelon cleat.
Since the Predator was introduced, we’ve seen some looks of the cleats. Whether or not there has been enough of a difference between 18 and 19, we still like the look. We definitely have a personal favorite, but they all have serious merit. There are still people who won’t be ready to move on to the latest Predator. The first few color combinations have already covered enough ground to make sure any prospective buyer can find something to live with.
If you look at the bottom of the predator, the stud pattern is entirely identical to the previous predator. The studs are of different diamond sizes with the design/look of the soleplate, which matches the aesthetic we saw in the Predator 18. As with all newer Adidas models, the cleats no longer claim the FG capability or AG types of surface. If there was a time when it would be nice to have both FG and a turf cleat, Adidas surely made a perfect time now.
With the Adidas Predator 19.4, despite trying to notice any of the slightest differences, the cleat performs exactly like the previous model. With Adidas’ continued use of PrimeKnit, the Predator delivers a soft, smooth feel on the ball. Whether you’re playing from the back, mastering midfield or attacking the opponent, the Predator will provide a smooth feel to the ball. That gives consistent quality to a buttery, soft-touch without ever wasting your time on the ball. Even on the parts of the cleats that are ridged, you never feel that the cleat is going to be too thick and impedes your time on the ball.
The rigid nature of the soleplate in the Adidas Predator 19 is something that is present only because of the desire to provide a high level of responsiveness. The soleplate will soften during use, but you never get to the point where you can completely fold this cleat. We noticed that the stiffness occurred during the first wear. It soon disappeared after being associated with the overall construction and operation of the cleat.
It is designed to deliver a perfect first touch, outstanding close control, and pinpoint passing. The Adidas Predator 19.4 soccer cleats are a player’s deadliest weapon out on the ground. The top players, like Paul Pogba, Mesut Özil, and Delle Ali, wear the Predator range. The 19.4s come with a lightweight synthetic upper to allow your natural pace and agility to flourish. A flexible ground stud configuration means that you can wear these cleats on both natural grass and modern artificial turf.