Football boot release: Under Armour Hydrastrike II

Sport-locker.net tonight bring you a football boot that has been catching the eye at our HQ in recent weeks.

Worn by Tottenham Hotspur’s Michael Dawson and Queens Park Rangers’ Bobby Zamora, the Under Armour Hydrastrike II should be donned by more pros in our opinion!

Over 35% lighter than the 2011 model, the boot is made with a softlin tongue liner and tongue top for enhanced touch and comfort.

The Hydrastrike II FG’s lace system is asymmetrical with hidden side ghilleys for cleaner ball strike area. Corespeed enhances the foot’s natural ability to accelerate, dart in any direction and flex in a lightweight, stable chassis. It’s built from lightweight Pebax for optimal use on all surfaces.

Under Armour’s moulded 4D Foam forms to the foot, providing internal traction, optimal comfort, and reduces stud pressure. Under Armour’s propriety light and low cushioning innovation provides additional support and responsiveness on the bottom layer of the footbed.

MicroG is combined with a 4D Foam top layer for ultimate underfoot comfort. The boot is made from soft, performance K leather and features a proprietary treatment. Under Armour’s Water Intelligence technology increases the ability for performance leather to stay drier for longer, reducing weight and increasing the level of control over the ball.

The Under Armour Hydrastrike II weighs in at 223g and will cost you £99.99 – go to www.underarmour.com to buy!

What are your impressions of the Under Armour Hydrastrike II football boots ? Let us know in the comments section below or on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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