One month ago, New Balance updated their Furon 2.0 cleats with classic whiteout and blackout colorways. We have had the chance to test them properly, and here are a few reason why we like them so much.
Blackout and whiteout colorways will always be a win no matter what. In an age of colorful and bold shoes, the classic treatment will always stand out and give you a good sense of elegance and tradition. The Hybrid Mesh upper is exalted in both the white and black versions, you can have a glimpse of the internal FantomFit Cage that creates locked in fit for your foot.
The Furon sleek design blends perfectly with the traditional colors without losing its dynamic look that the likes of Ávaro Negredo and Jesús Navas wear so well at Middlesbrough and Manchester City, respectively.
Stealth or bright, both versions look astonoshing and it’s really hard to try and decide which one is better. Besides, you can choose between the regular and wide foot versions depending of what suits you best, a nice play by New Balance.
Spec-wise you can rest assured. The revamped version of the Furon boots will let you unleash your game with absolute freeedom; the ankle movement range has been improved by lowering the collar a bit, while the tongue design has been rethinked to add comfort and enhance the contact zone. The soleplate has a responsive stud disposition perfect for explosive acceleration on the field.
Get your own New Balance Furon 2.0 Blackout/Whiteout cleats at World Soccer Shop.