The latest Nike CTR360 Maestri II release to hit the market comes compliments of what seems like a pretty routine look. The colorway is officially listed as a Black/White/Total Orange with a current $164.99 price-tag.
To me, there is something a little mundane about this release, they almost look like previous versions of the CTR360. Looking at them, I just feel like Nike has finally run out of colorway options for this particular CTR360 series. But, for players who are fans of the range, this gives another modern option to choose from and it is the first release in the range since early January. Plus you get the added bonus of having a primary Black upper that won’t scuff easily. I’m going to let the images do the rest of the talking for this colorway!
The CTR360 Maestri are one of the most consistent boots you will currently find on the market. They offer pretty much the complete package for any player who fits the playmaker mold, or any player that aspires to be a playmaker. On field, they offer great performance and work out exactly as you would expect – and better! While dribbling, you are able to keep the ball closer to your feet by using the dampening pods up around the front of the boot. The dampening pods are raised slightly off the boot and are basically padded regions that allow for a softer touch on the ball. The side pass and control pads and the control region serves a valid purpose.
The CTR360 Maestri comes in at $189.99, while there is also the option of picking up a pair of high-value Trequartista’s for $94.99.