Without a doubt, one of the most proactive brands on the market right now is Under Armour. Their releases are continually smart and efficient, with a focus on the key fundamentals of comfort and simple, yet effective, innovative tech specs.
The latest is the UA Clutchfit 3.0, the third release in the control focused silo. We received early access to a super clean blackout pair to test before their official launch to market. And I can tell you that the modifications made by UA to this version take the performance up a notch. It has a lot to do with the upper that UA’s design team has worked on improving, moving away from the multi-dimensional rubber feel and to more of a second skin material. There wasn’t a great deal wrong with the 2.0, but the material here is much more pliable. As well as a modified upper, the soleplate has also been redesigned for improved traction and stability.
Clutchfit 3.0 – The Power Of Feel
This is how Under Armour has described the new boot:
Designed for the ultimate playmakers, the Clutchfit 3.0 offers the best possible touch on the ball. For those highly technical players who create magic with the ball, rely on incredible touch and exhibit close control when dribbling, the 3.0 will rekindle the relationship between your foot and boot. The ultimate fit, feel and touch is delivered with this latest Clutchfit boot.
Over the coming weeks, these teaser boots will be worn on pitch by a selection of pro UA endorsed players. Visually, they are really nice. And I’ve noticed more comments about these compared to other blackout boots that I’ve posted images of on Instagram in recent times. There is something about the pattern that draws players attention.
We already have them in testing to see just what they have going on, so expect a review to follow pretty soon. Stay tuned!