Just when you thought that Nike had shown us all they have to offer for their latest round of football boots, they make a last-minute addition to their line-up in the form of the new Gold/White/Black CTR360 II!
It’s also the first Nike football boots in a long while to feature Gold as one of it’s main colours – which is unusual as Nike used to have several gold football boots, including classics like the AZ Total 90 III in White and Gold, the Vapor II in Gold/Azzuri and the Gold/White Ronaldinho Tiempo.
Nike seem to be releasing the Gold/White/Black CTR360 II as a ‘secondary’ colourway for this round of releases, with the White/Team Yellow/Black taking centre stage; that’s not to say we don’t think that this version will be popular, though!
In fact, we think that when it comes to lower-league and amateur players, Nike may well have something of a ‘sleeper hit’ on their hands!
The black heel section and white Nike tick will definitely appeal to many players who are after something more of ‘classic’ look to their CTR360 II‘s, and the metallic gold looks fantastic coating all the features of the CTR360 II, including the dampening pods on the toes and the instep ‘receive’ pad.
From what we understand, there will be no ‘Elite’ version of this colourway made available to the public, meaning the standard dual-density TPU soleplate is the only option available at retail.
All in all, we think that this is another strong addition to what has been a strong round of colourways from Nike, and we’ll be interested to see what fans make of the first predominantly-black CTR360 II.
Set for an April 1st release date with a £130/$180 price-tag, we can’t wait to see if any professional players opt to wear them!
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