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Umbro GT Pro in Yellow

Umbro GT Pro

This latest colorway in the Umbro GT Pro has been on the market a while, but I have been delayed in getting around to profiling them. If you are a fan of speed boots that stand out on the field, offer high performance and value for money,  these are a pretty good option! They are officially a Yellow/Black/Silver and the actual design has a spray painted effect along the side, with the silver gradually merging with the bright yellow upper.

I tested a pair in the White/Gun/Orange last year and found them to be a great option for my personal style of play. In game, they do exactly as expected, allowing you to bend, twist and turn as needed with little difficulty. Comfort wise, they felt great from first wear and even though I can’t say they completely molded to my feet, they fit in the right ways. The upper is made of a very soft Teijin Japanese Microfiber that allows Umbro to cut the weight of the boot. They come in at an impressive 8.3oz, and although this is at the heavier end the speed boot spectrum they still feel ultra light to wear.

Umbro GT Pro

Umbro GT Pro

One thing to bear in mind is the fit at the front of the boot, where they have really been crafted for a slightly narrower fit. The entire soleplate is designed for a medium foot – so if you are a wide fit the GT Pro might not be the boot for you. There are several colorways currently available in the range – it is simply a matter of finding the best deal and your preferred colorway.

Available From Colorway List Price
SoccerBanner Yellow/Black/Silver $149.99
SoccerBanner Black/White/Orange $104.99

*all prices are subject to change over time

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4 comments

  1. Not a fan of all yellow.

  2. I read the review of the GT pro and it was pretty helpful. However still have a question: Ive tried nike superfly 2s and really disliked the touch on them. I was thinking it maybe because i am used to leather boots (like adipures and air legends). How do these compare for touch and for the boot molding to your foot?

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