Nike have just released the stunning CTR360 Maestri III, and players across both Rugby codes have been quick to test them out, including Crusaders Halfback Andy Ellis and Melbourne Storm skipper Cameron Smith.
Resplendent in bold yellow, white and black, the third incarnation of the CTR360 has seen Nike introduce a host of new features and technological advancements.
The Kanga-Lite II synthetic upper has allowed Nike to keep the weight of the boot to a minimum, whilst enhancing the comfort levels for the wearer. The ACC (All Conditions Control) increases friction between the boot and the ball, enabling kickers to have far more control, and hence accuracy.
The 3D control pad on the instep was also designed with kickers in mind, while the SG sole-plate, featuring a blend of molded and removable studs, makes the CTR360 Maestri a versatile boot which excels in all conditions.
The EVA sockliner further increases the comfort, prevents injury and makes the boot easier to break-in, while the flamboyant colourway makes these the ideal boot for players who want to be noticed!
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