It’s been a little over a year and a half since New Balance announced their reintroduction onto the footy landscape with the Visaro. The Boston based brand was calculated in their endeavor, not only by garnering a solid stable of athletes but of course by making an elite soccer boot. Originally lauded for its simplicity and function , the boot was used across all of Europe’s biggest competitions by the likes of Aaron Ramsey and his Welsh teammate Joe Ledley.
With modern tech rapidly pushing the footy envelope keeping up is a must. New Balance understand this thus have officially dropped the Visaro 2.0. The “2.0” couldn’t be more fitting as it picks up where it’s predecessor left off and bolsters the boot into a next-gen stratosphere.
The subtle honeycomb upper is now replaced with more modern hexagonal,vary-zone arlaprene for enhanced ball manipulation. The visaro 2.0 is also equipped with a fresh foam EVA mid-sole for increased responsiveness. Lastly the new boot is rounded off with a transparent nylon sole-plate then dipped in a “Typhoon” and “Alpha Orange” colorway.