It looks as if Concave may have signed up their first major name judging by the evidence on show in yesterday’s Premier League game between Chelsea and Manchester United.
United defender John O’Shea was spotted wearing the Concave PT+ as he played at right back in the champions 1 – 0 defeat at Stamford Bridge.
John O’Shea, 2nd from left, in Concave PT+ football boots
Although the Concave hasn’t made a statement on contracting any ambassadors it’s been known that they’ve been looking to break in to the top flight with a well known and proven player for some time.
In O’Shea, Concave may well have hit pay dirt.
The Republic of Ireland international made his United debut in 1999 and became a regular in the side during the 2008 / 09 season. He was on the bench for last week’s Champions League game against CSKA Moscow having recently made his 350th appearance for the club against Stoke. The 28 year old was one of the goalscorers that day in United’s 2 – 0 win. Most recently, O’Shea has worn the adidas adiPure II.
Concave is a relative new-comer to the football boot world, having launched the first model of it’s technologically advanced product last autumn, as exclusively reported by Footy Boots. They are now introducing their much broader and eagerly anticipated 2009 product line in football specialty shops and online in the UK and the USA – and soon, globally.
Concave attributes its patented technology on the top of the boot with giving players at all levels the ability to increase their ball striking skills – in the areas of power, accuracy and control – while also protecting against foot injuries. In fact, in-house tests have demonstrated a 15 percent increase in power and 30 percent greater accuracy when striking the ball, over traditionally designed football boots.