Next-Gen Nike Magista Obra Boots to Be Launched Directly After Euro 2016

The second generation of the Nike Magista Obra Football Boots will be launched after the Euro 2016 in France, according to Footy Headlines sources. It's also expected that Nike will launch the second generation of the low-cut Nike Magista Opus Cleats, even though that's not 100% certain.



In March 2014, Nike launched the revolutionary Nike Magista Obra Boots as the first-ever regular football boot featuring a Dynamic Fit collar and a knitted upper, whereas Adidas just revealed a limited edition boot with a knitted upper (Adidas Samba Primeknit) and a prototype with a included sockliner (Adidas Primeknit FS).

Next-Gen Nike Magista Obra Cleats to Be Released in July 2016

There are no leaked pictures of the next-gen Nike Magista Obra Boots yet.



In contrast to the next-gen Nike Mercurial Superfly 2016 Boots, there are no leaked pictures of the next-gen Nike Magista Obra Boots yet. However, it's virtually certain that the next-gen Nike Magista Obra 2 Boots will again feature the trademark Dynamic Fit collar and a knitted upper as both aspects are the trademark features of Nike's control boot.

Interestingly, even though the Nike Mercurial Superfly 2014 World Cup Boots were launched after the first-ever Nike Magista Boot, we'll already see the fifth generation of the cutting-edge speed boot in France, while we'll have to wait until July 2016 for the next-gen Nike Magista.



There is little more interesting than the second generation of a silo. What do you expect for the next-gen Nike Magista Obra Boot? Let us know in the comments below.