Veterans Day will take place on November 11th and adidas Football has created some eye-catching cleats to celebrate the holiday that honors our nation’s active military and veterans.

Known as the “Squadron” Pack, this new collection features custom cleats designed for adidas Football athletes, including Dak Prescott, Von Miller, DeAndre Hopkins, Jay Ajayi, Jimmy Graham, Josh Norman, Landon Collins and Aaron Rodgers. Starting with blank silver adidas cleats as canvases, each design was personalized with graphics and decorative elements to match each player’s personality. Other design details include symbols on the medial side of the cleats that depict the big plays, statistics, awards and accolades of each player, similar to the way college football teams place stickers on helmets for achievements.

But that’s not it, adidas has partnered with Activision Publishing, Inc. to create custom Squadron Pack kits that include an exclusive advanced copy of Call of Duty: World War II (which releases on November 3rd) and a custom adidas x Call of Duty branded PlayStation 4.

The Squadron Pack kits include:

  • Custom hand-painted adidas Football cleats
  • adidas Running alphabounce
  • Exclusive adidas t-shirt (Utilizing an overspray design found on military vehicles, equipment, etc., the adidas Badge of Sport logo and FOOTBALL wordmark are prominently placed on the chest)
  • Custom adidas Hockey NHL Military Appreciation Jersey
  • Personalized adidas bomber jackets with custom embroidered patches
  • Call of Duty: World War II
  • Custom adidas x Call of Duty: World War II PlayStation4
  • PRIVATE LABEL duffel bags

If you ask me, this is a real dope collection from adidas Football. The fact that they linked up with the popular Call of Duty franchise to celebrate Veterans Day feels like a perfect match. Rack up another W for adidas Football and their neck-breaking cleats.

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