During 1950's the german company Adidas made a revolution in the production of the soccer boots. Adolf Dassler, the CEO and founder of Adidas started improving the quality of those old soccer boots, for example added more cleats to improve the player's stability. He also started using lighter and more flexible soles in order to get better comfort to wear it. At the end the height of the boots definitely went down not to cover the ankles of players. So they could have more mobility. As for the design Adolf Dassler introduced its famous three stripes in white color. A curious fact is that the German players of the 1954 World Cup in Switzerland, confessed that the Adidas soccer boots helped them to win the match of the final and the championship. The boots of the rivals in that tournament were heavier and less flexible than the German boots. Never before a sport clothing had so much influence to favor one of two teams to win a World Cup.