Since the end-of-year reveal of the Trinity 3e, Pelé Sports have shot up the pecking order in the boot world, producing what many are calling one of the best speed boots on the market.
And whilst the SymbioSkin launch upper was definitely not a negative part of the Trinity (In fact, in our review we said it was one of the best parts of the boot!) if there’s one thing that could make it better, it would be a K-Leather upper – and the team at Pelé Sports have duly obliged.
Whilst it’s a surprise that Pelé Sports have been allowed to be the ones to snatch up the position as one of the few suppliers of full K-Leather speed boots, but given the technology on the Titan Leather Trinity 3e – it’s far from undeserved.
Given their history of developing truly next-gen leathers, it’s no shock to hear that the Leather Trinity 3e benefits one of the most technologically-advanced uppers in the boot world (interesting note to seriously old-school Footy-Booters: It was developed by Dr. Leather himself – Darryl Cassingham)
Dubbed Titan Leather, the processes that go into making it are extraordinary. Starting with the premium K-Leather, Pelé Sports put it through an additional titanium tanning process enhances the strength of the leather whilst ensuring a glove-like fit and reducing the risk of unnecessary stretch.
A special solid state lubricant technology is also used in the production of the boot, which penetrates deeper than normal into the fibres to achieve an unparalleled level of softness and comfort when worn.
Additionally, a new, military-grade water-repellant is used throughout production, keeping your feet dry and warm whilst playing in tough conditions.
Team that with the tri-technology stud system and the sub-185g weight point, and Pelé Sports could have a real winner on their hands.
At £195 / $220 US, would you pick up a pair of the Titan K-Leather Pelé Sports Trinity 3e?
Let us know in the comments!
That’s a great looking boot. Kyle, I’m looking forward to reading your review on this one. It’s nice to have some different options out there instead of the usual suspects.
Deep penetration lubrication? Am I missing something here?
Looks like its quite amazing, but $220… I can only afford the 3rd to bottom tier takedowns. I’d love that just as you guys test the top tier boots, if you could also give reviews concerning the bottom tier ones, comparing them and such. I ask this because I bought the cheapest mercurials ($65) and they feel like plastic, although theyre certainly lighter than my rly old adipure from 2005. either way, the blog is excellent, keep up the good work!