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First Impressions: adidas Copa Sense

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  1. Songfish13 says:

    True-to-size, will be interesting to see how you get on with these. I found Copa, in fact most Adidas, (except Mundials), to be soo tight round the mid foot area. Might invest in these, as i’m looking for comfort first and foremost. Think the Tiempo 8s have ticked the box so far….

    1. admin says:

      We’ve had a couple of playtests in these at the point of this reply. It is pretty tight around the midfoot, especially along where your toe joints are, but I’m pleasantly surprised at how they ease up within a couple of mins. No discomfort at all!

      1. Songfish13 says:

        So I went 0.5 size up…..perfect. Haven’t played in them yet but i’m surprised how comfortable these are straight out of the box. 100% right about undoing the laces first. These could be my favorite boots ever….ha, but will give it time. I’d say Tiempo Legend 8s were my best so far.

        1. admin says:

          Heh I’ll be interested to hear what you say about the feel of the Copa Sense once you play in them. I think you will enjoy them!

          1. Songfish13 says:

            Will let you know, but for the sake of clarity, I was premature in my excitement. Tried on the size 10s today (my original purchase was 10.5) and they are a little tighter, but these fit perfectly. It’s actually slightly more comfortable. I think I was affected by the Predator and Gloro tight mid-foot areas so biased my thinking. Go True to Size as Boothype suggest. I think Adidas have nailed it with fit.

  2. Pav says:

    Well, according to Jay from unisport and Josh from sr4u, the only leather part is 5cm bit at the top of your toes.
    So, they are not leather boots really.

  3. AK86 says:

    How is the size compared to Copa 20? Copa 19 and Copa 20 had a clear difference in size, had to order a clearly different sized shoe to have it fit the same.

    1. admin says:

      I haven’t tried the Copa 20, only the Copa 19. And I have to say it fits true to size, like the Copa 19 though it’s much tighter around the midfoot on first try.

    2. Songfish13 says:

      See my comments above, I’d go true-to-size. It’s hard to explain, but I think mentally if the mid-foot area is tight, you would logically think to size up. I tried a 10 and 10.5 and the bigger size just equated to a longer in length. The width was similar. You need to look at these boots with no pre-conceptions, so chuck out the Copa 19/20 fit mentality and start afresh…..imo.

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