If you are wondering what we just meant by saying out of this world, hold on, we’ll get to that part soon.
Multinational corporation from America New Balance has released one of the cleanest spring themed football boots for the closure of the season.
New Balance dropped the all-new ‘Infinite Lite’ pack that is covered in pristine white uppers with iridescent details that wrap across the Furon V5 and Takela V1 silos.
With these new beauties, it is all about the finer details. At first sight, these boots may look like your average all-white collection, but take a closer look and you’ll know the intricacy is amazing. In the motion, these white boots shine some stunning shimmering designs on the soleplates and the ‘N’ branding on the upper of both the Furon and Takela.
New Balance has taken it to the next level with these new releases.
The Takela V1 still holds the control mantle with the silo design by New Balance. It mirrors the whiteout effect adopted by the Furon V5 to ensure a strong dominant crowd-pleasing pack from the brand ahead of the SS19 season. To be honest, there is hardly anything to dislike about these new boots.
The Furon V5, on the other hand, represents the speed category for the brand, while Liverpool’s star player Sadio Mane is all set to sport the new studs. New Balance will be hoping that the player will replicate last season’s form in these boots in the Champions League’s last rounds.
Now here comes something that you don’t see anywhere.
New Balance and Pro: Direct Soccer have gone that extra mile when it comes to that common football phrase – finding space. The new ‘Infinite Lite Furon V5′ was launched into orbit in outer space ahead of the Reds’ clash against Chelsea on the weekend. That’s right. Let that sink in with you.
Signed by New Balance embassador Sadio Mane himself, the boots were launched from the Yorkshire take-off point with the help of space experts ‘Sent into Space’ and YouTube sensations ‘Yung Filly’ and ‘Chunkz’.
Attached to a hydrogen balloon, the boots were sent up to around 34,211 feet before returning back to the ground.
Following this landmark event, an ecstatic and excited Sadio Mane was reported saying, “It’s amazing to see my boots in space – hopefully I can reach the same heights and help the team all the way to the title this season!”
Well, if that’s not completely out of this world then we don’t know what is.