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Copa is synonymous with soccer. It's a classic that everyone from youth soccer players all the way to the pros reach for consistently. The boot, manufactured in Germany, was originally released in 1979 and was intended to be worn during the 1982 World Cup. David Beckham was among the first to wear this style and built hype around this shoe that continues today.
In 2013, adidas first released a non-black version of Copa. Since the original pair dropped, adidas made slight design changes, but this classic has maintained its shape, style and demand over the years.
In 2018, the first laceless Copa was released and was worn by Juventus player Paulo Dybala. The new silhouette featured a laceless leather upper and the adidas signature primeknit material around the ankle creating a seamless and comfortable fit and barefoot touch experience.
Copa is all about touch. The latest style released this year takes touch to a new dimension. Make sure you check out the wide assortment of Copa styles here on thesoccerproject.com.