Revamped for the 12/13 season, Asics launch the new Lethal Tigreor 5 football boots. The popular choice throughout Serie A and the Italian leagues, the Lethal Tigreor has established a strong standing as a premium performance boot.
With new attributes and a striking set of colourways, Asics have upgraded their headline boot for the new season. They are designed with player comfort, posture, form and performance in mind. The new Tigreor 5 is Asics most advanced boot yet.
The upper has been crafted from a combination Kangaroo and synthetic leathers which allow this boot to be lightweight, comfortable and breathable. At the forefoot, the last is shaped to be more lightweight, while at the rear the last enhances stability and durability.
These boots are constructed from a lighter weight midsole compound than ASICS standard EVA and SpEVA. This Solyte 65 midsole provides a material for a firmer and more stable platform feel.
The Asics Lethal Tigreor 5 uses a 10mm heel gradient to shift body mass forward reducing strain on lower limbs. A moulded studded sole unit grants traction on firm to hard ground surfaces.
The Lethal Tigreor range has established itself as one of Asics most popular football boots, with a huge success rate in the Italian Serie A. Antonio Di Natale, one of the Italian leagues most lethal strikers, has become the global icon of the boot.
The Asics Lethal Tigreor 5 football boots will continue to be a popular choice for players looking to branch away from the mainstream boot brands. They continue to deliver advanced performance with a unique look that will certainly get you noticed.
Should you fancy something different for next season, they are available to order now from selected online stockists in both FG and SG plates. You'll be able to pick up a pair of the mid-priced Blue/White/Graphite Asics Lethal Tigreor 5 football boots for around £100 / $145 / €115.
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