Nike set to replace beloved CTR360 with "unbelievable" Magista boot

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Nike is set to battle adidas in the knit boot world.

Knit boots are the next big thing in the world of football. While adidas have already made their entry to the market public, Nike are making a large push of their own for a knit boot, one that looks set to replace the much-loved CTR360 boot. That's right, Nike are launching some new footwear based on their Flyknit technology and it will go head-to-head with adidas' Samba Primeknit.

The Nike Magista set to launch on the 6th of March but that week delay hasn't stopped the sportswear giant from being massive teases (read: building up the hype and, according to reports, justifiably so). As part of the buildup, Nike have released a video featuring a very blurry and pixelated look at the new boot with stars like Andres Iniesta, Mario Goetze, Thiago Silva, and Christian Eriksen, among others, singing the Magista's prizes. "Unbelievable," "perfect," "futuristic," and "it's a true revolution" were just some of the words that the world-class footballers testing the new boot used to describe it.

Have a watch for yourself and feel the need to have a pair on your feet build.

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