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New Balance Drop The 'Dizzy Heights' Pack

Ready to attack the second half of the season now that the World Cup is a distant memory, New Balance launch the ‘Dizzy Heights’ pack, with jazzy new looks for the Furon v7 and Tekela v4.

Now that the ‘Headline Taker’ pack has played its part in Qatar, New Balance equips its athletes with a bright and bold new look for the second half of the season, picking up where ‘Vivid Spark’ pack left off. The inspiration behind the pack comes from pushing athletes to go beyond the summit, soaring at, you guessed it, dizzy heights. As such, the FUron v7 and Tekela v4 arrive in a vibrant neon dragonfly and chloro green colourway, and will be debuted in top-flight leagues by the likes of Raheem Sterling, Harvey Elliott, Eberechi Eze, Timothy Weah and Sadio Mané, as well as female players Claudia Zornoza, Sheila Garcia and Tatiana Pinto. 

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Both boots feature the same uniform presentation, so what we get is that bright orangey red colour referred to as “Dragonfly” as the base, dominating the look of the upper, with a graphic popping on the rear heel and folding down through the soleplate in the “Chloro Green” and black. It takes on an almost feathered wing appearance, in keeping with the soaring to dizzy heights theme. 

From a tech perspective, the Furon v7 is crafted for zero distractions and features an innovative Hypoknit upper, with mesh lining and off-set lacing, delivering impressive lockdown, support, and an increased strike zone.

The laceless Tekela v4 incorporates a full-foot stretch-knit upper with minimal texture, plus a laceless closure and directional heel lining for secure lockdown.

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Daniel Jones

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