15-Year Old Nike Boots Spotted In AFC Champions League

This is definitively one the most interesting boot spots we have came across in the past few weeks. Josh Mitchell, an Australian defender who is playing for Eastern FC from Hong Kong, laced up in a very iconic Nike football boot in the AFC Champions League last week.

Josh Mitchell Wears Nike Air Zoom Total 90 II Boots in AFC Champions League

Having previously mostly worn old Nike Tiempo Legend soccer cleats, Josh Mitchell's latest choice is a pair of the famous Nike Air Zoom Total 90 II that was originally released in 2002 and headlined by Roberto Carlos, Edgar Davids, Wayne Rooney and Luis Figo.

The main feature of the Nike Air Zoom Total 90 2 football boot is the off-centered lacing system, which was used for the first time for a Nike soccer cleat back then. This lacing system has made its way on various Nike boots since then, including the brand-new Nike Hypervenom Phantom III soccer boots. The boot also had air inside the sole to offer players a feel of walking on air.

The Nike Air Zoom Total 90 2 soccer boots is remarkable for its three-block design that highlights the main feature of the boots, the off-centered lacing system.

Did you expect to see the original striker boots next to the Nike Hypervenom Phantom III, Nike's new striker boot? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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