After decades being demoted to logos and lace-tips, Purple has become a permanent fixture on the football boots-spectrum, and we can’t think of anywhere where it’s looked as downright classy as here on the new Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple.
We’ve seen the Nike CTR360 II graced with some fantastic colourways since it’s reveal last December, but the one criticism you could level at the Nike control football boots is the colourways are often very primary; lots of black, whites, reds and yellows.
But here to shake things up a bit is the glorious new Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple!
Coupled with a classic white forefoot, the purple dominates the heel section of the new Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple, shifting colours with the light.
Many early photos we saw pre-release made these football boots look navy blue, but depending on where the sun is shining on them the can look anything from royal blue to a bold purple.
Another new colour feature that spices up the Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple is the introducing of a fourth colour to the boot, with Volt used on the back two studs and tick on the soleplate of the non-elite version.
Speaking of which, the new Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple will be available in both ‘standard’ and Elite models, along with a full compliment of takedown models such as the Libretto and Trequartista.
The whole range of Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple football boots hits store shelves on October 1st (with pre-orders open now). The standard CTR360 II retails for £134.99/$179.99 with the new Elite model due to set you back around £234.99/$299.99.
What do you think of the Nike CTR360 II – White/Silver/Imperial Purple?
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The little touches of “volt” are starting to really bug me -.-”
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