These are one of the last colorway releases we will see in the Nike T90 Laser III range, but in my opinion Nike have saved the best for last! The White/Black/Chlorine Blue colorway combo works out real well and has a sharp crisp look matched with something we haven’t see on the T90 Laser range before – a retro heel design.
The T90 range is designed for power, and having tested both the regular and Elite version, I can confirm that they serve their intended purpose! The addition of five ‘pods’ that sit right along the strike zone help even out pressure distribution on ball contact. Added to that are the Engineered Microfins, that are designed to deliver an increased level of friction when you contact the ball to create more swerve.
Overall, I was pretty satisfied with their performance, although I am not sure all of the added technology is needed. You can choose between the more expensive Elite version, which weighs in at 8.2oz and is priced at around $325 or you have the option to go for the Regular 10.2oz, $199 version. The only significant difference between both versions is the carbon fiber insole found in the Elite version, which in turn produces a lighter weight soccer cleat. As reference, the T90 Laser III range fit to true to size and offer a slightly wider fit than other cleats on the market.
*all prices are subject to change over time