Football boot release: Umbro GT II Pro – Blue Radiance/Black/Orange Popsicle

Granted, it’s not quite the weather for an orange popsicle but Sport-locker.net look past this minor detail to bring you the new Umbro GT II Pro football boots!

You’ve probably already spotted them on the feet of stars such as Spurs and England defender Kyle Walker and Sunderland’s young England striker Connor Wickham – so here’s some awesome imagery and info for the speed boot.

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 Umbro’s 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 soft ground 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’.

We’ve playtested the first versions so hopefully we’ll get to put these through their paces – stay tuned!

The new Umbro GT II Pro boots are now on sale at Umbro.com and will set you back £85.00, so make for the perfect late Christmas present!

What are your initial impressions of the GT II Pro? Let us know via the comments section below or on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

11 thoughts on “Football boot release: Umbro GT II Pro – Blue Radiance/Black/Orange Popsicle

  1. Mitchel says:

    Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the pictures on this blog loading?
    I’m trying to figure out if its a problem on my end or if it’s the
    blog. Any feed-back would be greatly appreciated.

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