Nike have released a new collection of colourways for the CTR360, T90 Laser III, Tiempo Legend III, Vapor VI and Superfly II. There are no modifications to the technology of these boots but rather just a new coat of paint.
CTR360 Meastri: Blue Sapphire/White/Black
The CTR360 burst onto the scene when they were first released and have continued to gain an increased fan base. The release of the new Blue Sapphire/White/Black could very well see a few more players switch over to the CTR360. One player we can think of who may just commit himself is Florent Malouda. The French star has been in and out of CTRs since preseason and we think this new colourway will look brilliant with the Chelsea kit.
Tiempo Legend III: Pearl/Black/Team Orange
Tiempo’s are known for the softness of the kangaroo leather upper and having been around since 1984 you would expect Nike to have developed one of the best touch boots on the market. This new Pearl/Black/Team Orange colourway certainly proves that these boots are designed for classy players.
Mercurial Vapor VI/Superfly II: Cherry/Obsidian/Silver
Nike, in many ways, were the creators of the ‘speed boot’ and have become leaders in the field. They do currently offer the heaviest boot on the market after the release of the AdiZero and Puma V1.10 SL. One area where Nike will most likely never be outshone however, is in the loud, bold, look-at-me, eye-catching colourways they release. That is as true as ever with the new Cherry/Obsidian/Silver Superfly and Vapor colourway.
T90 Laser III: Platinum/Orange Blaze/Black
Nike have released two new colourways for the T90 Laser III, one of which is exclusively for their K-Leather version. There are currently three options when buying a pair of T90 Laser II boots. The original version which boasts a plethora of accuracy enhancing technologies arrives in the new Platinum/Orange Blaze/Black version. The T90 Laser III Elite Series boots have the same Platinum/Orange Blaze/Black colourway and are a ‘stripped out’ version of the original and are 16% lighter.
You can expect these colourways to be available in South Africa in October.