Umbro introduce a secondary colourway to their most recent silo, the UX-1. The white/black/cherry tomato combo lands as the first of the current campaign after the boot's launch towards the end of the 13/14 season.

Designed with a safer, predominantly white upper compared to the purple/fluorescent yellow launch colourway, the Umbro UX-1 will begin to be seen on the feet of new Spurs full-back Eric Dier and West Ham's injury-plagued striker Andy Carroll. Tech wise the Umbro UX-1 uses a one-piece upper made from a light, breathable material that features a sleek webbing across the medial and lateral areas to help aid first touch.

Umbro have evolved their A-Frame system to offer more stability and security. A dual density cage and soft protective spines cushion the heel and safeguards the Achilles whilst the outsole has been designed with ten forefoot studs spaced strategically to reduce pressure and increase comfort. Four conical heel studs are placed on the heel for acceleration on the turn.

The Umbro UX-1 Pro White/Black/Cherry Tomato is available at selected online stockists including Pro-Direct Soccer.