Boot Profile: New Balance Visaro 2.0 - Grey/Orange

With the likes of Australia's own Tim Cahill rocking these, you know New Balance are producing the footballing goods when it comes to Australian footballers. Let's take a look at what makes this control boot the star it is:

Mesh Ariaprene Synthetic: an interesting thing when it comes to the Visaro's upper, is the fact that as it heaps up: it expands to mould and shape to the form of your feet. Once cooled down, it contracts and returns to its shape.

Convex/Concave Zones: located all over the upper, these zones are either embossed in the upper to allow the ball to fall into them and propel your shots further, or dampened by foam pods for energy return and ball control.

Medial Pivot Zone: underneath the forefoot on the soleplate, this zone is made up of conical studs to aid twisting and turning when your foot is plated in the ground. Not only does this offer more control and maneuverability, it also helps reduce risk of injury as your foot has more freedom to move and safely eject from the ground. 

Fresh Foam: what makes the Visaro one of the most comfortable footy boots on the market at the moment, the fixed Fresh Foam sock-liner offers ultimate cushioning and shock absorption, perfect for those harsh Australian summer football grounds. 

 

Comfort and control - built for those with a 'Create' mindset of football. Available at Australia's True Football Destination: SPTFootball

 


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