Warrior are back again with an update to their current newest model; the Superheat. This time up, the Yellow theme of the two launch colourways is ditched for a celebratory end-of-season White/Gold number.
Inspired by the design of track and field shoes, the Superheat aims to impart some of the desgin principles that make the fastest athletes on the planet, well…fast, to football players too.
Appropriate that Warrior have gone for a top-of-the-podium Gold colourway here, then
The Warrior Superheat’s main innovations come from the Tri-Fusion skin that makes up the upper; aiming to blend the comfort and adjustability of a mesh running shoe with the durability and technology of a football boot.
At it’s core, the Superheat implements a NeoWeb mesh that encompasses the whole shoe and is most visible in the rear; the next layer is the NanoCradle; a TPU wrap that adds durability and waterproofing to the forefoot which is then finished up with Organitouch; a film that bolsters control in wet weather.
In this White/Gold colourway, Warrior have also picked out certain elements in two other colours; infrared and a cool blue.
The orangish red helps add some ‘pop’ to the logo on the heel and studs on the FG soleplate, whilst the blue outlines some of the motifs on the front of the boot in a pretty cool way which some will be happy to see break up the boot a little bit, whilst we’re sure others will feel it tarnishes the ‘clean’ feel of this colourway.
Superheat frontman Thomas Ince will be donning the colourway for the final games of his loan spell at Crystal Palace, but we’re guessing Warrior might well try and sneak in another player to wear them with the World Cup happening this summer.
Thoughts on this combo? Remind you of anything?
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