Nomis Damn Boots commercial, the spoof video from the Nomis Football Boot brand. By focusing on the player’s needs our design consists of two key principles; the balance between protection and performance, and design integrity when it comes to material choices.
As a result we believe our range of football boots are the most comfortable, safe, technically advanced and best performance enhancers on the market.
Made from only the finest kangaroo and bovine leathers for superior strength and comfort, Nomis football boots are designed not only to protect your career, but also enhance it. The leathers optimise ball control and precision without sacrificing close contact with the ball. The design of football boots has definately elvolved since the first cleated shoes and the launch of Nomis can only help further the evolution.
Nomis founder Simon Skirrow created his vision for his new brand after working with some brilliant shoe designers in the 1980s and 1990s, and being frustrated with the latest football boot innovations.
Now your shirt looks cleaner in the good way and it has a good contrast to me. White prominent features and a lot of Dortmund fans won't become good friends, like the discussions about the kit in 06/07 was showing. It just has no tradition in the home kit.<br />And also I can enjoy the nice shade of yellow better than in the first version.<br />This shirt wouldn't be my alltime favourite because of the stripes, but I wouldn't complain at Kappa or my club if thats our shirt for the next 1-2 years.<br />About 8 points from me and thanks for reading (and the good conversion of) my critic.
Ok I see what you mean about the white now, was a bad idea for historical sense, but it did look nice and individual. Also I think without the stripes it would just look really boring and have nothing to it at all. Just a plain yellow kappa tshirt.<br /><br />Thank you for commenting in the first place ;-)