Today Lovell Rugby Reviews The Nike CTR 360 II Rugby Boots. The Boot was Launched in January after the Highly Successful Original CTR. The Boot is predominantly a Football boot but has grown a Massive Following In Rugby.
The CTR Is has become the Boot of Choice for Many International Players such as Chris Ashton, Ben Foden, Tom Wood, Drew Mitchell, Andy Goode, Dimitri Yachvili And Imanol Harinordoquy.
The Nike CTR360 Maestri football boots have gained a strong reputation for being one of the most comfortable boots on the market. The comfortable Poron insole remains from the original Nike CTR football boots, and Nike have further padded the heel and added a non-slip material to improve fit.
The Boots are Made from Kanga-Lite which is acts and feels like a traditional K-Leather, without absorbing water. This when wet Helps keep the Weight of the Boots down.
Another enhancement Nike have made to the new CTR360 II football boots is to loop the lower laces through the upper material, rather than through material attachments. Nike have addressed the problem some CTR wearers were having with the original boot where the material attachments were breaking off.
The dual-density stud structure is quite a unique feature of the CTR’s and is intended to enhance ball trap control. To what extent they’re utilised is questionable, but there’s no question the sole-plate configuration is a popular feature.