As with the Skreamer last year, Warrior are releasing a K-Lite version of their latest football boots – the Gambler.
Billed as Warrior’s ‘control’ cleat, the Gambler K-Lite could well prove to be a popular model for the Michigan-based brand, as they bring a natural leather touch to their tech-packed new release.
Boasting many of the same features as the regular Gambler, the Warrior Gambler K-Lite trades a synthetic toe for K-leather in the forefoot for natural feel and touch on the ball.
And, whilst the Outsider zone’s construction is changed around the toes, the principal remains the same; bring the ball under your spell, faster.
We’re also big fans of the more subtle colourway afforded to the Gambler K-Lite: whilst the Wildcard tech mesh is still a big part of these boots construction, it’s a little less ‘wild’, here, with the whole boot a menacing black with flashes of green.
We also thought this model was well worth showing off the SG soleplate, too. Dubbed the ‘Full House’ stud configuration, the Gambler’s soft ground stud system is Warrior’s first ever hybrid plate.
Designed to offer the classic feel of a six-stud boot with the added grip of FG blades, Warrior have done a stand-out job on the Gambler’s wet weather plate, and even tamed some of the excessive blades from the ‘Loaded Deck’ FG model.
Launching on July 1st, will you be taking a chance on the Warrior Gambler K-Lite?
Let us know in the comments!