In stark contrast to theĂ‚ super-bright synthetic offering, the Kangalite edition of Nike’s accuracy-focused cleats is far more reserved – presenting theĂ‚ Nike T90 Laser IVĂ‚ KL -Black / Total Crimson!Ă‚
As with it’s flashier cousin, Nike have opted to pare down the colours used on the latest Laser to just two – Black and Total Crimson.
Whilst previous T90 Laser’s have been covered in angles, stripes, graphics and splashes of colour, theĂ‚ Nike T90 Laser IVĂ‚ KL -Black / Total CrimsonĂ‚ is completely stripped back, leaving a clean, lethal-looking aesthetic.
Reminding us of a leather version of the Laser II that came out a while back (showing our age, there…), we’re definitely giving this black colourway the official Footy-Boots.com thumbs-up.
Despite it’s more reserved looks, the Nike T90 Laser IVĂ‚ KL -Black / Total CrimsonĂ‚ is stil packing all the great features that you’d expect from a Laser. The Adaptive Shield is designed to move and flex with the foot for optimum comfort, but always providing a great surface to strike from.
Nike’s design team also worked in an incredible level of versatility into the Adaptive Shield. At the ‘top’ of the boot, the panels are flatter, allowing for flush contact with the ball, whilst towards the toe the Shield is equipped with tiny bristles to increase friction on shots and crosses – allowing the striker perfect control over their shot.
This version Nike T90 Laser IVĂ‚ boasts a Kangalite upper. Having come to be the standard on the CTR360 and Tiempo range, Nike’s ground-breaking synthetic Kangaroo Leather also gets the ACC treatment for the first time, allowing better ball feel in all conditions.
Launching January 1st, you’ll have to wait until the New Year to get your mitts on theĂ‚ Nike T90 Laser IVĂ‚ KL -Black / Total CrimsonĂ‚ - will you be picking up a pair?
Set to costĂ‚ Ă‚Ĺ150 GBP / $210 – let us know what you think of the latest, loudestĂ‚ Laser IV!NIKE T90 LASER IV KL - BLACK / TOTAL CRIMSON,