Umbro GT II Pro football boots

Soon to be seen on the feet of stars such as Spurs and England defender Kyle Walker and Sunderland’s young England striker Connor Wickham, and available here, the new Umbro GT II pro boot is designed for the player who likes to stand out on the pitch.

Building on the innovations of the original Umbro GT boot, the new upgrade is our lightest boot yet, with uppers crafted from a Japanese micro-fibre to provide both softness and strength, while the asymmetric concealed lacing providing a greater strike zone.


The GT II is built on a new anatomical last, designed to provide a better fit, whilst also reducing the weight of the boots. The FG version of the boot even features hollowed out blades to further lighten the load. The SG version you see here has aerospace engineered aluminium studs to keep the lightweight theme running throughout the GT II Pro.

The graphics and the colourways for the new Umbro GT II have been inspired by the idea of speed and movement, with this launch design officially termed ‘blue radiance/orange popsicle’. It’s a look that’s sure to get you noticed on the pitch, and captures the idea behind the GT perfectly: ‘Who Dares Wins’.

Umbro GT II Pro football boots

Umbro GT II Pro football boots

Umbro GT II Pro football boots

Umbro GT II Pro football boots

 

 

 

 


Comments (9)

  1. Guest

Cheers for using my suggestion Steevo. Brilliant as always. 10/10. This is exactly how the badge should be on our kits.

 
  1. Guest
  1. Jay

Yeah, brilliant.

 
  1. Cathal Henry

I still prefer the use of the liver bird rather than the overly complex modern crest but the design is still fantastic.

 
  1. Baz
  1. Guest

Yes the current badge is very fussy, but the club want to retain it, so keep with it but make it monochromed and it doesn't look half bad. Most importantly, there is no green in sight.

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Brilliant, but I prefer the kits with just the liver bird on them, the badge looks over fussy and detracts from the liver bird

 
  1. fsc

Um, is it just me or are these just nikes with the name changed? (and yes, I am aware that nike now owns umbro, but c'mon)

 
  1. fsc

All that's missing from these are the following: an orange stripe down the middle, a Gulf logo, and a white circle with the number 20 in it.

 
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