Umbro make their first strides of 2018 with the launch of the new Eclipse Pack. Featuring a next-generation update on the UX Accuro II silo, the Double Diamond also release refreshed paint jobs on the Velocita 3 and Medusae II Elite.

Headlined by the introduction of the UX Accuro II, the new Eclipse Pack is brought together by shades of pink and purple to arrive as the next official on-pitch collection to be worn by contracted Umbro players.


The Umbro UX Accuro II drops in as the second-generation control silo focused on bringing ultimate comfort to players. A neoprene collar combines with a synthetic support cage and microfibre upper for out-of-the-box comfort. Expect to see it on the feet of Everton's Jonjoe Kenny.


The Umbro Velocita 3 is arguably the most established silo in the Umbro collection. The fresh "White/Eclipse/Lava Pink" colourway features a gradient change on the one-piece constructed tongue for a smart update on the speed silo. West Ham's Michail Antonio will be one of the most high-profile payers to switch into the update.


The mid-collared Umbro Medusae II Elite takes on a similar dress code to the Velocita 3 with a predominately white upper accompanied with splashes of pink and purple at the rear of the boot. Besiktas defender Pepe will be amongst the professional players sporting them from this weekend onwards.

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