New Balance beats Nike, adidas and Puma in signing the Madrid-bound Endrick and is rewarding the Brazilian youngster boot-wise. The prodigy has been tapped to boost the profile of the Tekela, joining the likes of Harvey Elliott in being the silo’s ambassador. What’s more, he has also opted for the low-cut, laced model rather than the laceless collared version. The American boot manufacturer is indeed growing its foothold in football with the addition of Endrick to its roster. But more importantly, it shows that the brand has come a long way in producing boots that will make casual and professional players alike go and enjoy their football.
Endrick’s welcoming (and first-ever) signature boots take on a gold with black accents colourway for that safe yet timelessly elegant look. It’s a golden shade that has the chromy, metallic finish that produces a bit of a sparkle and glisten. And coupled with the black details from the N logo, heel graphic and knitted tongue, the Endrick Tekela has a colour combination that works out just fine. Shaped into rows of zigzagged, zappy lines, that visuals on the quarter are meant to visualise the electric buzz surrounding the prospect joining one of the biggest clubs in the world. The boots are something that you can easily pair up with any kit.