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Nike CTR360 Trequartista II in Metallic Gold

Nike CTR360 Trequartista Gold

A boot that is definitely worth highlighting and one I recommend as a top value for money option is the Nike CTR360 Trequartista II. But Nike have upped the range by adding a new colorway for this summers Gold Cup that just looks that part! The official colorway is a Metallic Gold Star/White/Black colorway. I recently highlighted the Trequartista’s big brother, the CTR360 Maestri II, which offers a little more in terms of technology but with a higher price tag.

How can you not like this colorway? The Gold and Black mix creates a pretty bold yet inviting look fit for top performing players. The Trequartista features a synthetic leather upper and a lightweight soleplate that leave the boot weighing in at a tasty 9.4oz.

Gold CTR360 Trequartista II

When I tested the original Trequartista, I loved how easily they broke in and how much comfort they offered through testing. And the best part was the fact that there were times when I found it difficult to differentiate the Trequartista from the more expensive Maestri, primarily because of the high level of quality they offer! If you are on a budget and looking for a top rated boot, this is one I highly recommend checking out (especially since you can grab a pair for around $90!)

Nike CTR360 Trequartista II

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2 comments

  1. If I wasn't a forward, these would definitely be my boot of choice. They are great looking, and I haven't heard one bad thing about them.

    Great job by Nike.

  2. how much are they?

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