Marouane Fellaini isn’t having the best of times at Manchester United so far but at least he has the World Cup to distract him this summer.
While he’s in Brazil, the Belgian international will be sporting the new version of Warrior’s Gambler boot.
The Gambler has undergone some changes, with improved fit, supreme control and optimal traction that starts with the revised, more ergonomic Ace Plate on the instep. This provides more aggressive grip and control to gain the split seconds required to leave opponents chasing shadows.
Strategically positioned Stacks on the forefoot absorb ball speed for unrivalled control. The Stacks use a sophisticated ThreeFold structure. Forming the base layer is the Control Foam, engineered to cushion both foot and ball.
The chequerboard Tech Mesh gives the boot its unmistakable identity and enhances comfort. Working as a second skin with leather textural properties but with a weightless finish, the TPU Spread delivers added agility and movement. The Outsider Zone on the boot’s outer tip still allows for pinpoint accuracy with ball distribution.
The no-stitch Royal Flush inner combines with the embossed 4D Carpet for seamless fit and all-game comfort while the Lay-Off offset lacing system amplifies the Gambler’s fit and feel.
An implanted external Heel Shield gives protection by locking the foot in place and shielding from opponents playing one step behind. The FG War Plate 17 blade sole unit offers better traction and comfort.
I have been testing the new Gambler for quite a while now and ever since I wore the first prototype it was clear that this is an evolution in boot technology.
I’ve been particularly impressed with how the design team have taken on board player feedback and applied it to develop a revolutionary control boot.
- Marouane Fellaini