The Nomis Glove is a football boot that stands up against the best in the market, but doesn’t always get it’s fair share of attention.
Testing the Nomis Glove
These football boots are relatively light, slipping them on they ooze comfort. We were not disappointed when we started to run in them either.
A few keep me ups and you can tell that the ball does offer grip to the football boot.
Sprinting in the Nomis Glove, the football boots are lightweight, so no problem there. Using blades in these conditions is tricky though as the surface is incredibly wet and boggy. However, it will let us test the “No Mud” technology.
Nomis claim the “No Mud” technology can reduce mud sticking to the outsole by up to 70%. In our tests, we think 70% is a rather high, but the football boots did help stop the mud sticking – remarkable!
Shooting, passing etc. the Nomis Glove did well, the tacky feel to the upper aids your control of the football boot. The “Wet Control” really seems to work. As the football boot becomes wet, the K leather seems to get stickier, giving you increased feel on the ball.
We’d recommend you give this football boot a try.
Good job Nomis!
See the Nomis Glove Boot Test with Perry Groves.