“Mud has always presented unfortunate but seemingly accepted problems. Players are accustomed to clanking their boots together as they exit the pitch or rubbing them over harsh brushes to remove mud. Worse, they play slower and cautiously as mud makes their feet heavy and compromises their traction,” says Max Blau, VP of Nike Football Footwear. “Nike Football is focused on playing fast in all conditions, so we are committed to solving this problem for athletes.”
We couldn't agree more Max - but where can we get these Holy Grail boots?
Innovation it seems comes at a price.Both the Magista and Hypervenom Anti-Clog retail for an eye-watering £290 (approx $415) whilst the Tiempo seems a bargain in comparison at £225 (approx $320).
Wouldnt it be easier for everyone to just have a Bootclaw in every new box of boots......