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Football Boots > Speed Football Boots - Under Armour Create Pro - 01/05/09


New football boots time at SoccerBible as we welcome two boots from a perhaps surprise source - introducing the Under Armour Create Pro and Under Armour Dominate Pro football boots.


 

Eagle-eyed boot spotters will have already seen versions of these boots being play tested by players in the UK, including Fulham's Bobby Zamora, but now we can give you the official low down on these new pro standard football boots. The Under Armour (UA) Create Pro is the first of these two boots and is aimed at speed players who want "agility, speed and control". As a first introduction into the boot market, the Create Pro is designed to offer "responsiveness and protection" with a better fitting last. There is plenty to talk about with both these boots, which only goes to show UA's commitment to providing top quality products.

 

 

Visually striking, especially in the black/yellow colourway, the instantly noticeable feature is the exoskeletal support frame that runs across the upper. Not only does this offer increased fit, but aims to keep the foot more secure and stable. The boot also aims to offer more support to the metatarsals without adding any significant weight, a feature UA call "Modular Protection Zone" or MPZ. On the Create Pro this is also benefits from the addition of Under Armour's patented Heat Gear technology, which allows more ventilation and helps with moisture management.

 

 

 

The main upper element of the boot is also perforated, made from a synthetic material designed to be lightweight and responsive. However the most impressive feature the Create Pro lays claim to is the moisture management properties this upper offers, wicking away sweat from the foot to keep it cool and ventilated.

 

The sole and stud configuration of the Create Pro utilises a feature dubbed "Armour Bound". This is designed to reduce stud pressure and offer increased cushioning, whilst the specific stud placement is the result of research and development aimed to offer increased "metetarsal support and directional stability". Both colour ways will be available in 6 stud soft ground and fixed 14 stud firm /hard ground sole plate.

 

Our initial play test of the Create Pro gave great feedback and Under Armour have obviously worked hard to develop a series of boots which offer a great deal of comfort, support and an excellent fit. The toe area is clean and we like the traditional centered lacing system, coupled with a great deal of support in the heel and ankle area. The support frame feature is likely to be a big draw for those who are looking for greater protection and substance from their speed boots.

 

Available now to pre-order in the UK and US, the Under Armour Create Pro has an expected retail price of £110 GBP for the soft ground edition and £100 GBP for the firm ground edition.


Only published comments... May 01 2009, 04:02 PM by SB Editor

Comments

 

Cristiano Ronaldo 7 said:

not my style at all ill stick with nike i have already 17 mercurials 7 air legend and 10 total 90 so go nike!!

May 1, 2009 7:46 PM
 

Ryan-7 said:

Why do you need that many boots?.

Good start to under armour. Not bad boot.

May 1, 2009 10:30 PM
 

RedDevilCR7 said:

WTF?! do u reallly need so many boots, that's a waste, if u got the money then great, but even still, kinda a waste of money 2 get so many boots...as for the new boot brand...don't like it, i fink it's safe to say that I'll be sticking to nike forever :D

May 2, 2009 12:10 AM
 

Constan 22 said:

Cristiano Ronaldo 7, must you feel the urge to validate yourself so much as to flaunt your obvious financial superiority by stating your boot range on EVERY single article posted on this website ?

Self-esteem, you're doing it wrong.

May 2, 2009 9:24 AM
 

sfc jk said:

does anyone genuinely believe that he 'Cristiano Ronaldo 7' has all those boots!? what a joker

May 2, 2009 11:10 AM
 

spursboy said:

i like them boots there all right

May 2, 2009 2:14 PM
 

joshuab173 said:

Cristiano Ronaldo7 is talkin ***.. Thats roughly £2500 spent on boots.. Wot a lya

May 2, 2009 5:49 PM
 

chelseasize43 said:

ya there is no way he has that many boots.  he is lying

these under armour boots arent my style tho

May 2, 2009 7:07 PM
 

vqez said:

what the hell are u talking christiano ronaldo 7.. u're just SICK.. so SICK.. get a life bro..

May 2, 2009 7:43 PM
 

lukey_10088 said:

ronaldo7 wot u on nd dese boots dnt look da biz but i think dat dey will perform well dey jus look like dey been made properly unlikee some of da boots i seem in da past

May 2, 2009 8:30 PM
 

olmedo22 said:

the dominate pro are far better than these because i live in the USA and these look exactly like a pair of throwball cleats.  Good start for under armour though can't wait to see what they will release in the future.

May 2, 2009 11:33 PM
 

Footie mad said:

Bull  34 pairs of boots my *** . I  am with sfc jk he is talking out his ***. NAAA think they should stick to making under armour and stuff.

May 3, 2009 6:51 PM
 

Climpy said:

Tbh i dont like them But its a good start for under armour

Ronaldo7 thats stupid how many boots u have there would be no use for all of them not that i actually belive you

May 3, 2009 8:05 PM
 

Rudz said:

If you do have that many boots Christiano Ronaldo 7 wat size are you and are you willing to give any away. lol

May 4, 2009 7:58 AM
 

JimmyBullard94 said:

I currently have the original Lotto Zhero Evolutions and am looking for a new pair of cleats. Whicha re better, the adidas powerswerve, adipure, or nike laser?

May 5, 2009 2:44 AM
 

GregZ said:

adipure or the dominate ones of these ones.  

May 5, 2009 10:45 AM
 

footy 4 ever said:

not to bad and adipure are better much better

May 10, 2009 4:06 PM
 

GregZ said:

these are out in june but i'm trying them thursday, will link to photos when i get back. they wont give me some though to keep.

May 13, 2009 3:10 PM
 

dink127 said:

these boots are ok looking but i wouldnt take the gamble in buying them al stick to my adipures!!!!

May 13, 2009 10:56 PM
 

pele10 said:

first of all... why do you need so many boots. im still with my old boots ive had for like 3 years and they are falling apart but i love them and they are comfortable.  I keep them held together with tape cause they are special. they mean a lot to me.

second...the under armor boots, not saying that they are bad, are boots that are probably going to break pretty eaSY. i had a pair and they broke within 3 games. i think im staying with some more reliable names like nike adidas and pumas.

but its your choice for boots. (P.S. Christiano Ronaldo 7 what size boot do you wear and can you give any to me???)

May 26, 2009 6:19 PM
 

Sophie77957 said:

I dont like these boots i would rather stick with my adidas predators,, much better than these,, better feeling and better looking lol

Sophie x

May 31, 2009 10:51 AM
 

AE7 said:

C.Ronaldo why the F! do u need 17 pears of boot's u knoe what u should do give them to the poor people.

June 2, 2009 1:00 AM
 

adri the king said:

not bad for under armour :) its nice to see something new and fresh now and then.. :D

August 3, 2009 5:40 PM
 

andrewgibb12 said:

wow i well want them for my next pair of boots

NOT

August 7, 2009 3:06 PM
 

sharpy1 said:

the shape of the boot itself is nice but the patterns used are a thumbs down from me :)

June 23, 2010 12:44 AM
 

AAsbridge12 said:

Really liked these boots, great comfort and an even better fit. I personally think they look great but i can see why people would see the plastic as 'cheap'. I do think that under armour do get over seen as a brand to the likes of nike and adidas. Hopefully people will open up more to breakthrough brands. Top boot but deeply underrated.

June 15, 2011 3:56 PM
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