2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG

2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG
2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG 2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG

2011 Nike Total 90 Laser Elite Football Boots *In Box* FG

Regular Price: £229.99

Special Price £174.99

Condition of bootsBrand new, unworn example in original Nike box with tags attached


UK Size - Select above


Made by - Nike


Studs - Firm ground (moulded)


Associated players - Fernando Torres, Wayne Rooney


Features - Synthetic upper, TPU fins, carbon-fibre soleplate, shotshield technology


Notes - A lightweight reincarnation of the popular Laser III, the Total 90 Elite took the silo to the next level by stripping the boot down to just 265g and altering the performance characteristics to make this the most technically advanced version to date.  Made with a Teijin synthetic material, the upper offers similar soft touch, durability and comfort expected from traditional leather but with a lightweight alternative. Shotshield technology featuring five padded zones has been added to the forefront to help generate powerful strikes with deadly accuracy. A TPU fin system on the instep for which helps improve traction between ball and foot, while generating increased curve and assisting with first touch control. Further weight has been shifted from the chassis with the introduction of a carbon-fibre plate on the outsole, while the rest is made up of 14 moulded studs that are configured for use on firm ground surfaces. This black, white and electric green model was used by Wayne Rooney while scoring his famous bicycle kick winner against Manchester City in Febuary 2011. A goal that will go down as one of the most iconic moments in both Premier League and Manchester Derby history.