Edin Dzeko, Luis Nani and Tom Cleverly took part in a special test of their Lethal Zones at the launch of the new adidas Predator boots in Manchester yesterday.
The tests, which included a Dribble Water Course, designed around an automated slalom course to test the player's face paced dribbling abilities against a series of water blast sequences.
The First Touch Air Cannon, designed to test the player's ability to control the ball at different heights and speeds with a high-powered air cannon launching balls into the air fo rthe players to control and then strike into two targets.
Sweet Spot Target Practice, which is designed to demonstrage power and precision within a player's passing, using the sweet spot zone to generate increased power without losing accuracy as they attempt to hit five static targets at different distances within a 30 second time window.
The Drive Power Generation, which tests how much power players can generate using the raised and thicker 3-D shape on the forefoot, with the players hitting the ball as hard as they can into a specially designed pentagon which will measure and then display ball strike speed and the Pass Accuracy Showcase which is designed to test accuracy with players using the memory foam pad on the medial side of the boot to showcase their deadly control and accuracy.
The adidas Predator Lethal Zones were developed with input from the likes of Robin van Persie, Xavi, Samir Nasri, Nani and Angel di Maria with its five, super-light rubber and memory foam 3-D zones, each designed to support perfect ball control.