Sunday , July 14 2024

Pele Trinity 3E Released in SL Version

Pele Trinity SL

For those of you waiting for a tighter or smaller fit in the Pele Sports Trinity range to be released – rejoice now! There has just been an SL version of the boot release that fits a lot more snug compared to the initial release. The new SL version also goes all the way down to a size 5US, giving players with a smaller fit an opportunity to test out the extremely unique boot.

They are available to buy at for $199.99.

About the Pele Trinity:

  • A synthetic upper called Symbioskin is used on the Trinity. It has been specifically developed just for this boot and is basically a low density, tri-laminate material. Because the material is so thin, you get great feel on the ball.
  • At a mere 5.6oz, these boots are designed for out and out speed, matching some of the lightest boots on the market.
  • Five blades on the front and 3 on the back make for one of the most unusual stud configurations you will ever see.
  • According to Pele Sports, “The extreme position of the rear tripod studs trigger earlier ground contact and stability with high velocity release and the forefoot studs permit excellent traction and explosive acceleration.”

Check out our review of the Pele Trinity 3E.

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  1. They also came out with a Jr. version with a more traditional bladed stud design

  2. Bryan,

    doesn't SL mean super light ? Is it going to be lighter ? Because I don't know how much lighter it can get !

  3. wow! great,now i'll definitely give 'em a try!

  4. So do these now fit true to size? So if I'm an 11.5 in CTR's would I pick up an 11 in these or a 10.5 still? And I have a bit of a wide foot but i still like snug boots so could I still get these or are the originals more suited for a wide foot?

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