Only 100 pairs of the Barca star's latest boots have been produced, but just 89 of them are going on sale to the public
Lionel Messi’s new limited edition boots — named ‘Messi 10/10’ — went on sale on Saturday at the Adidas store in Barcelona, but only 89 people will be able to get their hands on a pair.
Adidas have made 100 pairs of the boots in total, one of which will go the Barcelona star himself.
The remaining pairs not going on sale have been given to the 10 players the Argentina international supported through his ‘Chosen by Messi’ campaign.
Among those selected were Manchester United’s James Wilson and Chelsea duo Kenedy and Jeremie Boga, who is currently on loan at French side Rennes.
Marcos Lopes, who left Manchester City for Monaco in the summer, is also one of those chosen.
The boots were designed to celebrate the "re-invention of the No.10 role" and will only be available in Messi’s exact size, which is a UK 8.5 (42 2/3 EUR).
Each pair comes with a premium leather tag featuring an embroidered serial number.
Goal brings you footage of the first few people to make it through the doors of the Adidas store and purchase the collectors’ edition boots.