It’s back to Italy we go as Lotto hit us with a new round of colourways! Looking sharp as ever is the new Lotto Fuerzapura II in a gorgeous White / Risk Red combo.

Landing March 2012: the Lotto Fuerzapura II - White / Risk Red

A perfect contrast to the bright and breezy Cyber Yellow / White launch model and the mean and moody Black / Graphite that followed, the Lotto Fuerzapura II – White / Risk Red brings a clean-cut, athletic look that’s truly fitting of it’s lineage.

Something of a rare commodity in the days of Slime Green and Volt Yellow colourways, the simplicity of the Lotto Fuerzapura II  in White / Risk Red is something that really sets it apart from the crowd at the moment.

Lotto's Fuerzapura II football boots in a White / Risk Red colourway

And simplicity isn’t a word we’d normally associate with the Lotto Fuerzapura II, which is every bit as feature-packed as some of the more expensive cleats on the market at the moment.

The Fuerzapura II uses synthetic panels similar to the ‘A-Frame’ cradle of recent Umbro football boots to bring the midfoot flush to the form of the foot – offering a more secure fit when on the ball and a more one-to-one feel with the ball.

Lotto's Fuerzapura II football boots arrive in White / Risk Red in March 2012
Fuerzapura II - White / Risk Red

In addition, Lotto have also combined their ReactiveArch and Puntoflex technologies into the soleplate and chassis of the Lotto Fuerzapura II – White / Risk Red, resulting in a more supportive footbed that recoups energy when running to add a spring to your step.

The FG model also adds Lotto’s signature Twist’n’Go stud, to improve the release of your foot from the turf, reducing stress on the knees.

Lotto Fuerzapura II - White / Risk Red

Available from mid-March, the Lotto Fuerzapura II – White / Risk Red will set you back £89.99 / $129.99 from the store.

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  1. says: MichaelC

    Not bad. I like Lotto but don’t know about the synthetic panels on the side. I think they are just a gimmick which might take away from the comfort.

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