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Stlyish Colour Up Lands on the Nike CTR

Nike CTR360 Maestri III gets a stylish end of year colour up.

Continuing the orange theme from the recently launched Nike Tiempo V, Nike have topped up their popular CTR 360 Maestri III football boots with a fresh new colourway. The new Orange/Black paint job is the CTR's final update of the year and it's a good one.

Part of a four pronged, end of year attack from Nike, the new colourway sits alongside last week's launch of the new Tiempo V as well as a new colourway dropped on the HyperVenom earlier this week and today's updates of the Mercurial Vapor IX. The new releases are tied together by silver tongues on each boot and various other silver decals.

The CTR 360 Maestri III is one of the most popular boots in today's game. Players such Andres Iniesta, Sergio Busquets and Jack Wilshere are all expected to lace up the new colourway that sees a predominantly orange upper joined by a white soleplate, black Nike branding and silver detailing.

The first boot to utilise ACC (All condition control) technology, now featured across all of Nike's silo's, the Nike CTR360 Maestri III football boots are engineered to deliver enhanced control, traction, support and lightweight comfort using next generation Kanga-Lite synthetic material.

A dimpled texture on the mid-foot offers nice aesthetics but also increased friction, aiding control and touch. An asymmetrical lacing system enlarges the control area and a new streamlined design once again enhances a players touch sensitivity. The FG boots also use a more responsive sole-plate featuring a 360 degree stud placement; perfect for a midfielders constant turns and cuts.

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