We mentioned a few weeks back that Pele Sports had some pretty interesting releases on the way. Well, we are excited to be the very first to bring you details on one of them – the all new Pele Trinity 3E K. This boot features a pretty phenomenal Kangaroo leather upper and weighs in at 6.5oz. Everything about these is geared toward speed and acceleration, and the TITAN one-piece upper makes them one of the lightest K-Leather boots in the world. I had the opportunity to see them first hand and was blown away by how they felt. The upper has a fantastic and extremely natural fit across the forefoot. I have no doubt that players who try these out will be heavily impressed.
The K-Leather Trinity in Black/High Risk Red will retail for $229 and is currently available to pre-order from Soccer.com.
The most exciting component of this boot is that unlike many top-selling leather cleats that use kangaroo leather on the forefoot of the shoe, the Trinity 3E FG K uses only one-piece ultra thin leather construction in order to create a glove-like fit, optimal for precise touch and comfort. Combine this with the super-light technology of the trinity, a truly unique stud configuration that features a tri-pod heal design, and you have found yourself a pretty advanced, elite boot.
The original Trinity 3E with Symbioskin continues to gain popularity and will also be available in a new black/red and white red colorway. Maintaining the weight of 5.6oz standing as one of the lightest boots on the market, extremely low density, tri-laminate material designed specifically for the Trinity.
From reader feedback, a few of you encountered some problems with the Trinity upper separating. I spoke to Pele Sports and they ensured me that this issue has been addressed and resolved. As well as that, the studs have also been altered so that they are stronger and will sustain activity on artificial surfaces (where a lot of players end up wearing them). Stay tuned for more images and details as we get them over the next few weeks – we should have one of the first pairs in early June for testing and review!