Featured Image of Craig Bellamy's Custom Warrior Skreamers

Whilst many expected Warrior to brush their signing of Welsh international Craig Bellamy under the rug after he transferred from Warrior-sponsored Liverpool to Cardiff (including ourselves), the US-based brand have gone the opposite way with this incredible pair of custom boots.

Craig Bellamy's Custom Warrior Skreamers

Designed to celebrate the fact that Bellamy was Warrior’s first acquisition, Warrior styled these Skreamer' S-Lites in honour of the journeyman striker’s Welsh pride.

Graphic on the upper of Craig Bellamy's Custom Warrior Skreamers

Bellamy's bespoke Skreamer boots are predominantly white with splashes of red and green to give them a distinct Welsh look and feel. Paying tribute to Bellamy's Celtic roots, a Welsh dragon sits on the lateral side of the boot, while a distinct Triquetra symbol is imprinted on the medial side.

Close up of the upper on Craig Bellamy's Custom Warrior Skreamers

Lines from the Welsh national anthem have been etched in gold across both soles. Inscribed on the right boot reads, ˜Mae hen wlad fy nhadau yn annwyl i mi„(the ancient land of my fathers is dear to me), while ˜Ei gwrol ryfelwyr, gwladgarwyr tra mâd„(her brave warriors, patriot much blessed) is written on the left. Bellamy says the boots showcase his pride and passion for Wales.

insole of Craig Bellamy's Custom Warrior Skreamers

After wearing adiZeros in the time that Warrior were developing the Skreamer, Bellamy debuted his bespoke model in Wales’ friendly with Austria earlier in the month, and Warrior were gracious enough to grant us these photos of what we’re sure you’ll agree is an incredible signature design.

What do you think of Warrior’s first signature boot?

Let us know in the comments!

  • Greg

    they are smart!

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    • Robert Tiongson

      use to remember when DB preds were so much more than the regular ones…

  • brisco7

    I hate the Warrior Skreamers, but theses ones I actually want a pair. why can’t warrior have a good looking color scheme.