Back in The Game? New Kappa Starch Boots Released

It caused quite a storm when we reported that the well-know Italian brand Kappa released an obvious copy of the famous Nike Magista Obra 2014 World Cup Boots, the Kappa Rattler. Let's try to restore Kappa's reputation.

In early September 2015, Kappa released the new Kappa Rattler Indoor Football Boots featuring a Dynamic Fit collar and a textile upper. But the Kappa Rattler Shoes are a disgraceful copy of the Nike Magista Obra Cleats, which was released in March 2014 ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Let's take a closer look at the cutting-edge Kappa Starch Boots, which features a unique design.

Kappa Starch Boots FG Black / Orange Fluo / Light Blue

This is the Kappa Starch Football Boot.

Made for ultimate control and power, the Kappa Starch Soccer Cleats feature a ultra-thin (1.2 mm) soft synthetic microfiber upper and a traditional low-cut boot design. The instep of the Kappa Starch Boot comes with rubber elements for increased ball control and power in dry and wet conditions.

The Kappa Starch Football Boots features an asymmetrical lacing system to for a cleaner striking surface, similar to other Power Boots.

In fact, the concept of the Kappa Starch Boots reminds us of the Nike Total 90 Laser IV Boots, while the Kappa Starch Football Boots definitely feature an one-of-a-kind design with unique technologies to create a bespoke product.

The Kappa Starch Boots is black with the famous Omini logo on the outstep, while the instep boasts the light blue Kappa lettering in the rear area. Kappa combines the classic colors black and white with striking fluo orange and light blue details to add a modern twist.

The TPU sole plate of the Kappa Starch features a traditional design, made for Firm Ground surfaces. The black outsole of the Kappa Starch Boots has light blue and orange triangular studs.

The Kappa Starch Boot retails at a price of 159 Euro, which makes them almost as expensive as the top models from Adidas, Nike and Puma.

Unique design. What do you think of the Kappa Starch Boots? Let us know in the comments below.