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Black / Yellow Next-Gen Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 2016 Boots Revealed

Black, Graphite and Hi-Vis Yellow. The second colorway of the next-gen Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Cleats introduces a stunning design for the second generation of Under Armour's Control Boot, set to be available from mid-December 2015.


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In December 2015, Under Armour revealed the all-new next-generation Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Soccer Cleats. Featuring a brand-new upper design, the second generation of the Under Armour Clutchfit Boots is designed to make a bold statement on the pitch.

Under Armour Clutchfit Force 2.0 Black / Graphite / Hi-Vis Yellow

This is the second colorway of the Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Boots.



The Black / Yellow Under Armour Clutchfit Force 2.0 Cleats combine the understated main colors black and dark grey with striking Volt details to break up the dull look. The upper of the Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Boots is almost entirely black and grey, while only the big Under Armour branding is outlined with the florescent yellow color.

Similar to the black and yellow upper, the sole plate of the new Under Armour Clutchfit Colorway is black and anthracite with Under Armour's trademark branding in 'Hi-Vis Yellow'.



Tech-wise, the second colorway of the Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Soccer Cleats offers the same features as the bold White, Risk Red and Black launch paint job. Made for ultimate ball control and comfort, the next-generation of the Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Football Boots features a Trivela Performance microfiber upper with the remarkable 3D-printed external layer for improved ball control in any conditions.



The Black / Graphite / Hi-Vis Yellow Under Armour Clutchfit 2.0 Soccer Boots retail at a price of 200 USD (200 Euro, 150 GBP) and will be available from mid-December 2015 at selected retailers.

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