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We’ve just got in the new Adidas Condivo 12 stadium jacket for review here at SoccerProse, just in time for the cold weather, and they’ve made some improvements over last year model that should go down pretty well. With fall beginning to set in the northern USA and Canada its that time of year where it gets a little bit cold when you’re standing on the sidelines and this jacket is something I’d strongly recommend if you wanna stay warm.

One of my favorite parts of this soccer jacket is the length of the coat. Most soccer jackets have only gone down to your waist in recent years, and that shorter length has meant that if its a cool fall day, even if your wearing some soccer training pants, its been difficult to stay warm. Now whether its a cold metal bench on the sideline or in the stands or a chilly wind that ails you, the longer length of this Adidas stadium jacket will keep you comfortable. Its also has two large pockets along the waist which is big plus if you’re a coach or just need some place to put your keys and phone while your playing a pick up game.

The jacket itself is water resistant, but not waterproof so don’t expect it to keep you dry in a thunderstorm. This Condivo 12 stadium jacket is also well padded, and well insulated so it will keep the chilly fall wind out. It’s also got a detachable hood and inner storm cuffs which trap the heat inside the jacket and keep the wind from running up the cuffs of your jacket. It is made from 100% polyamide dobby, which is a fancy way to say its a synthetic jacket with synthetic lining, which means you should never put it through the dryer if you watch it.

This black jacket looks good with some Adidas training pants and gives you a refined and professional look on the sideline whether you’re coaching your side, or simply sitting on the bench with your team. Overall, its a great coat, and at $94.49 you pick one up for a decent price here at SoccerPro.com.


About the author: Matthew Wall


I've played soccer since I could walk thanks to my father and love keeping up on all the latest gear and gab. I'm in my twenties, and I'm lucky enough to have found work in search marketing for a leading soccer retailer after completing my M.A. at Georgetown in 2008. My team is Liverpool, and national side is Ireland, but I've also got a passion for GAA and a number of sports. Feel free to give me a shout on Google+


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