New Balance Visaro football boots
New Balance has finally released their first range of football boots after 12 months of teasing the market. Carrying their running shoe knowledge to the soccer pitch, NB enters the scene with not one but two amazing boots: the New Balance Visaro and the New Balance Furon football boots. Under the “Make Chances. Take Chances” campaign, the Boston-based footwear manufacturing company designed these football boots with the players’ philosophy and not their position in mind.
Created for players who “Make Chances”, the New Balance Visaro football boots feature a variety of new technologies that will allow them to surge forward and control the game. New Balance has worked hand-in-hand with pro players and used athlete-specific data to create a football boot that feels customized to their abilities.
The New Balance Visaro football boots are considered as among the most powerful control boots on the market. Its features and technologies can compete side by side the Nike Magista, Adidas Ace, and Under Armour ClutchFit football boots.
What makes a New Balance Visaro football boot special?
Vari-zone Ariaprene upper
The Vari-zone Ariaprene upper is made of synthetic rubber that has varied textures perfect for ball manipulation. The material is so much like the NikeSkin found on high-end Nike football boots.
Visually, the upper looks like a mesh similar to the upper of a Nike Hypervenom football boots. The Vari-zone Ariaprene is also responsible for making the New Balance Visaro football boots durable. It allows consistent ball touch both in wet and dry weather conditions as well.
The Super-Flex soleplate is designed to allow the New Balance Visaro football boot optimal traction on firm grounds (FG). This technologically advanced soleplate has a smooth white base and is covered with triangular studs. It is also flexible enough to bend in any direction.
New Balance also incorporated the Fresh Foam technology from their running shoe line. The idea behind this feature is that a foam material is inserted between the built-in sock liner and the actual soleplate.
Limited edition New Balance Visaro football boots
New Balance Visaro Signal
The New Balance Visaro Galaxy is the first limited edition for the control silo. Tech-wise, it is the same as the regular variation. The Galaxy Black/Ultraviolet Blue aesthetic of the upper took inspiration from the beauty of the poisonous Dart Frog.
This eye-catching New Balance Visaro football boot was released on October 20, 2016 with only a limited number of pairs available.
New Balance Visaro Vante 2.0
Launched in an exclusive colorway, the New Balance Visaro Vante features a combination of pink and black upper with an iridescent N logo on the lateral side. This limited-edition New Balance Visaro football boot also comes with a new microfiber upper material. Its sleeker forefoot is also an interesting addition to an already innovative football boot.
New Balance Visaro 2.0 Limited Edition
In 2017, NB released a limited-edition New Balance Visaro football boot according to the exact specifications of Welsh and Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Thus, it is only available in US size 8.75.
The design of the upper was inspired by the tattoos found on his left leg as well as his team colors. On the lateral side of this limited-edition New Balance Visaro football boot, you can see the symbol of Saint Michael, the Archangel. While on the medial side, you will find a picture of the rising sun over the Caerphilly Castle.
There are only 100 pairs of this football boot available on the market. Each pair has its own serial number embroidered on the upper part of the tongue.
New Balance Visaro Force
Featuring a color-changing upper, the New Balance Visaro Force is one of the most amazing limited-edition New Balance Visaro football boots ever released. Rightly named so, the reactive upper changes color from the calm Dark Denim to the vivid Ozone Blue when pressure or force is applied on the surface of the shoe such as in making contact with the ball.
The technology behind the changing of colors is similar to the one found on the New Balance Furon Hydra, wherein the upper color changes when in contact with water.
Frequently asked questions
Who wears the New Balance Visaro football boots?
The New Balance Visaro football boot is worn by the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Ludogorets Razgrad, Yohan Cabaye, Massimo Luongo, and Marouane Fellaini.
Can I use the New Balance Visaro football boots on AG surfaces?
Although the New Balance Visaro football boots are made for FG playing surface, it’s low-profile studs also make it suitable for playing on artificial grass (AG) surfaces. However, there are also New Balance Visaro football boots that are made specifically for AG surfaces, such as the New Balance Visaro Pro Artificial Grass and the New Balance Visaro 2.0 Pro Artificial Grass.
Are there available New Balance Visaro football boots for SG surfaces?
There are a couple of New Balance Visaro football boots that are made especially for soft ground (SG) surfaces. They are the New Balance Visaro 2.0 Pro Soft Ground and the New Balance 2.0 K-Leather Soft Ground football boots.
Are all New Balance Visaro football boot upper made of synthetic material?
New Balance made sure to cater to the needs of different football players. Thus, aside from football boots with synthetic upper materials, the company also released New Balance Visaro football boots with genuine kangaroo and full-grain leather upper. These are the New Balance Visaro Pro K-Leather Firm Ground and the New Balance Visaro 1.0 Liga Leather Firm Ground football boots to name a few.
Which New Balance Visaro football boot model can I use on TF and IN courts?
On turf fields (TF), you may use the New Balance Visaro Control Turf. They come in several eye-popping colorways, which will remind you of the vibrant Puma Tricks collection. There are also indoor court (IC) variations for this control silo. They are the New Balance Visaro Control Indoor and the New Balance Visaro 2.0 Control Indoor.
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