Go hands-on with the Warrior Gambler football boots as we unbox a pair and give our first impressions in this exclusive video.

WARRIOR GAMBLER – UNBOXING, HANDS-ON & FIRST IMPRESSIONS

After a weekend reveal that really captured the imagination with it’s augmented-reality style emails and websites, the Warrior Gambler is ready to roll out and provide some substance to it’s flashy style.

Having received a pair at HQ this weekend, we thought we’d share some of our first impressions of Warrior’s latest with an up-close and personal video.

Certainly one of the most feature-packed boots to hit shelves and pitches in quite some time, it’s clear Warrior have put the same amount of effort into implementing fan-favourite ideas and technology into their latest new control boots.

Low profile and lightweight at 230g in a UK size 9.5, the Gambler is in many ways the opposite to many other control boots on the market.

But far be it from Warrior to follow the crowd, it’s clear the Gambler isn’t in the game to offer the same thing as everyone else; instead it implements a lightweight chassis, innovative construction and a few features that wouldn’t be out of place on a ‘Power’ boot to establish it’s own identity – a wise move by Warrior when locking horns with the CTR360 and Predator LZ.

In a summer of unexpected releases (in the form of two new silos from adidas and Nike), the Warrior Gambler has the biggest quantity of unknowns surrounding it, and we can’t wait to see how they perform on the pitch.

Anything we missed out that you’d like to know about the Warrior Gambler? Drop us a comment and we’ll do our best to answer!

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  • AleSuperfly

    I was excited to see how these boots would look like when released, but I have to admit that now I really don’t like them, I think they’re visually ugly…hope they will perform well on the pitch

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