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Warrior Release White/Gold Superheat

Warrior Football have updated their Superheat speed silo with a splash of gold as the 2013/14 season comes to a close.

Warrior have reached for the paint brush one last time this season by launching a new white/gold/red colourway on their Superheat. The Superheat is the most recent addition to the Warrior line-up, a lightweight speed boot using sophisticated technologies traditionally found in sprint shoes.

The Superheat was launched in November of 2013 and landed as a lighter alternative to the Gambler and Skreamer boots. Landing in two bold colourways (blue/yellow and red/yellow) the Superheat was worn by Premier League players such as Tom Ince and Craig Bellamy.

Warrior have now stripped back the design by offering a more simplistic and all round classier white/gold/red paint job as they look ahead to pre-season and the 2014/15 campaign where they'll be looking to further establish themselves as a key player after a decent breakthrough season.

No changes under the bonnet: The Superheat weighs in at 180g with an upper that uses Tri-fusion bonded skin, designed to aid touch when moving at speed. The mesh part on the upper of the boot is known as the Neoweb, an extremely lightweight, water resistant mesh construction which moulds to the contours of the foot.

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