Exclusive: All-New Nike FTR10 Debut Boot Leaked

Update: Following on our exclusive leak, football boot guru Gunt 22 has created a 'render' of the all-new Nike FTR10 soccer cleat.

We are able to give you an exclusive look at Nike's all-new FTR10 football boot model, which will replace the Magista ahead of the 2018-2019 season. The Nike FTR10 soccer cleat is set for a debut in July 2018. Thanks to go to one of our followers for sending in the picture.

Nike FTR10 Elite - White / Black / Gray / Red

This image shows the inside of the entirely new Nike FTR10 soccer boot.

Nike has chosen a relatively understated set of colors to debut the brand-new FTR10 soccer cleat silo in. Predominantly light gray or white, the Nike FTR10 Elite boots also feature darker shades of gray and a bright red, in a color-blocking design.

Red is used for the striking zone on the inside of the Nike FTR10 2018 football boots, as well as the 'ghost laces', which are normally hidden behind a lace cover. All brandings, including the rather oddly placed Swoosh on the inside front of the Nike Future10 boots, are black. Finally, the collar, which is not directly connected to the upper, is dark gray.

Tech-wise, the Nike FTR10 Elite obviously takes inspiration from the Magista Obra 2, although the latter's 3-D upper texture is dropped for a much more subtle variant that consists of small triangular shapes that cover the upper, most prominently on the red part. Besides that, the upper of the Nike Future10 boots is still Flyknit and includes ACC (All Conditions Control) for improved ball control under adverse conditions.

Easily the most exciting new feature about the Nike FTR10 boot, however, is the new 'Ghost Lace' system, which is basically a lace-cover construction not unlike the one on the Adidas X Purespeed. It's the first time ever that Nike applies something like this on one of its boots.

Although not confirmed, from the initial pictures the sole plate of the Nike FTR10 soccer boot appears more or less identical to the most recent Magista models.

Nike FTR10 - Features

  • Flyknit upper
  • ACC (All Conditions Control)
  • Dynamic Fit collar
  • Ghost Laces
  • Interior heel counter

Expected to be released in early July 2018, the Nike FTR10 debut boots are likely to retail at a similar price as the current Magista Obra II - USD 300 (EUR 290, GBP 250).

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