Under Armour were something of a surprise entry into the boot market last year.

Under Armour Create Pro II

Bursting out of the blocks with two models of boots – the Create and the Dominate, Under Armour had solid – if small – stable of football boots on their hands.

The Under Armour Create Pro II

And from there, Under Armour seemed to have a flourish. Their boots quickly gained a reputation for maximum comfort, and some interesting bits of technology, and their key wearer in the UK – Bobby Zamora – had the season of his life in the Dominate Pro‘s!

So, fast forward 12 months and Under Armour are ready to release the Create Pro II.


Starting off in two fantastically summer-y colourways: Flash Green/Black/White and White/Black/St. Tropez the Create Pro II is a little more simplistic that the very distinctive original Create Pro.

The Under Armour Create Pro II

In fact, it’s so understated we very nearly missed the boot being given it’s debut this past weekend by United States Men’s National Team defender Clarence Goodson in a friendly against Turkey!

New features of the Create Pro II Include:


— Lightweight Rove nica microfiber is perforated for superior moisture management and breathability.
— Heatgear lining provides additional moisture control to keep your foot comfortable.
— MPZ (modular protection zone) technology delivers on-foot protection so you can tackle, shoot and attack with confidence.


ArmourForm moulds to the foot, provides optimal comfort and reduces cleat pressure. This anti-microbial footbed increases stability and adds shock absortion.
ArmourBound responsive EVA added on top of the lasting board to provide additional cushioning.


— A lateral extension of the outsole that enhances the foot’s ability to remain on the chassis of the outsole for quicker bursts of speed.

— Weight: 9.9 oz

The Under Armour Create Pro II

What we love most about the Under Armour Create Pro II is what is represents: It’s great to see a brand like Under Armour branch out into the boot market and sell enough units to make a second generation of football boots!

As for the boot itself – it sounds like Under Armour have once again placed a strong focus on Comfort and Player protection one again, which is always a great place to start.

The boot is available for Pre-Order in the US right now, looking to ship in the first half of June.

As for the rest of the World, we’ll keep you posted as soon as we get more information!

What do you think of the Under Armour Create Pro II?

Happy to see the baselayer giants back for another round? Or do you think this is too much of the same from UA?

Let us know below!

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  1. says: Connor Wallace

    and these babies actually weigh in at a believably speed boot weight (just over 9 oz) as opposed to being tanks like the original creates. gotta love boots that are light but aim for comfort. wonder what dr. david barrett thinks of these

  2. says: Eric

    actually this last weekend wasn’t the debut. goodson was wearing them against the czech republic last tuesday. i was wondering what they were, but i couldn’t figure them out! but now i know.

  3. says: Karl

    Yes I’m a Puma and big brand fan, but I’ve to say these look horrible!

    And we thought the Jabulani was from the supermarket…

    Mind you they probably perform well, so I’ll eat my hat in advance..

    But still. Hideous comes to mind.

  4. says: Usama

    the colors on this boot are very attractive without a doubt. But the shape of the upper is kind of weird, like the tongues of an Adidas Stan Smith or Nike`s Air Max, it looks kind of like its filled with foam. That could probably lead to a better touch, but you wont get good “feel” of the ball.

  5. says: ricardo7

    These look kinda like boots you buy for a recreational child under ten years of age but I have to say they are cooler than the original and the adizero but still ugly. And from the above view of the green one is that the sock liner?

  6. says: martincinho

    Wow!!!, I spotted that boot months ago, in a mexican player called Braulio Luna, I think he was testing them, time ago in a game Mexico v North korea, I send the spotting to a web site, but never was posted =(
    I asked to the geeks here, but they only ask “commercial” answers that everybody knows, bad luck for me =P

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