HI-VIS NIKE SEITIRO READY TO HIT THE PITCH

It’s October, it’s cold, and it’s dark. Whilst there’s little to look forward to off the pitch, at least the new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro is here to make footy games a little brighter this winter!

The new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro, official match ball of the Premier League, Serie A & La Liga - pictured with the new Nike T90 Laser IV football Boots

The new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro, official match ball of the Premier LeagueThe new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro, official match ball of the Premier League, Serie A & La LigaThe new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro, official match ball of the Premier League & La Liga

Similar to last year’s T90 Tracer, the new Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro takes the already-winning ball that kicked off the Premier League season, and gives it a lick of paint for winter.

Coloured in Bright Yellow and Blue, the aim of the' Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro is not just to be more visible in tough conditions such as snow and fog, but also to make it more visible under floodlights now that it’s getting darker, earlier.

From a technical standpoint, nothing changes on the' Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro from the standard matchball, featuring textured casing, Nike Geo II shaping technology and the new Nike RaDaR system of visual acuity.


Just as well, really, as when we tested the Seitiro, we ruddy loved it – calling it “A new benchmark for top-end matchballs”. And if you’re interested in reading our full thoughts on it, you can check our exclusive in-house review in the links below.

Priced at £90/$150, the' Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro is available to order from our store now, and hits the Premier League pitches from November 5th.

Barcelona using the hi-vis Nike Seitiro match ball

Sharp-eyed Footy-Boots.com fans will have already seen the' Hi-Vis Nike Seitiro has already begun to infiltrate Nike adverts for the new Laser IV and in use this weekend in both La Liga and Serie A!

Let us know what you think in the comments, below!

 


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  • I see little point in switching the ball unless there is snow. Its just a marketing gimmick to sell more Nike footballs.

    Tell me it isn’t…

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