WARRIOR DROP ALTERNATE SUPERHEAT LAUNCH COLOUR

Warrior Superheat - Red Yellow

A week after the launch of their first ever speed-focused football boot, the Superheat, Warrior have announced an appropriately fiery alternate launch colourway for their super light, super fast cleats.

Set to drop alongside the launch colourway on the 5th of December, the Warrior Superheat – Red / Yellow offers a distinctly different feel in terms of aesthetic to the lead Blue / Yellow colour.

Warrior Superheat - Red Yellow - Instep

What’s interesting about this colourway reveal is just how much more noticeable the key technology features of this boot are in these fresh new pictures.

The key technology behind the Superheat is a triple-layer construction that allows the boot to be both light and flexible on the foot.

Warrior Superheat - Red Yellow - Forefoot

Dubbed Tri-Fusion skin, this upper is comprised of three individual components; Neoweb is the first – a lightweight, flexible and waterproof mesh that should envelope the foot and allow that to mould to the areas it’s needed most for great comfort.


Supporting that is the TPU NanoCradle – aiming to provide structure to the boot, this layer works with the lacing system to ensure proper stability. Whilst we have concerns about the flexibility of TPU, we can’t wait to get into a pair and see how Warrior have made it work.

All this is finished off with Organitouch: a micro-thin outer film that works to give tactile feedback and contact with the ball when running at speed or playing in bad weather.

 

Warrior Superheat - Red Yellow - HeelAll that is built off the same War Deck soleplate as the Gambler, allowing for great traction on firmer surfaces, and is backed up by the Membrane Heel Shield.

Which colourway do you prefer?

Let us know in the comments!

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1 Comment

  • Like the fact that they are being different and giving us something unique. I would actually prefer the blue color way though. Looks like they meshed the Nitrocharge with Hypervenom to create the upper, Vapor 4 sole plate, and Adidas F50 adiZero miCoach 1 launch colorway. It works though!!!

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