The Joma Total Fit is a cleat that has remained the same for three years now, Joma aren’t a brand that can be accused of switching up their football boots too often. So I think we can all agree they deserve sprucing them up with a new look!
Spanish brand Joma have built their company reputation around ultra-comfortable, soft leather football boots. And whilst they have divulged into synthetics recently, the new Joma Total Fit ensures it carries on that historic standard.
As with the last Total Fit, Joma have constructed this incarnation with a single-piece upper, meaning that there’s no stitching in the vital contact areas of the foot.
In addition to giving a faultlessly smooth contact with the ball, this also means the boot can mould completely to a wearers foot; something that not even the biggest brands on the market can always claim.
Another pint of difference to the previous Total Fit is the lack of the classic (if pointless) tiny foldover tongue – instead the 2012 Total Fit is far cleaner and modern-looking.
In fact, the whole boot has been modernised in the looks department! From a functionality department, Joma have shifted the lacing system towards the outstep for a side-offset area that looks very inviting to strike the ball from.
The Toe now boasts the ‘Total Fit’ branding in a modern font, that really sets the look of the boot apart from others on the market, whilst the Joma ‘J’ is outlined distinctively in this Black / White / Flame colourway.
And whilst the heel counter has been padded out for improved protection and stability, the 2012 Joma Total Fit tips the scales at a svelte 266g or 9.6oz.
Released this month in Europe and the US, expect to pay £119.99 or $149.99 for the new Joma Total Fit.
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