Nike launched the second generation of his Nike GS boot – Nike GS2,the Nike’s lightest, most environmentally friendly production boot ever made by the company.
The GS 2 builds on the first model, adding All Conditions Control (ACC) technology for enhanced ball control and a consistent feel in wet conditions. Designed and developed in Italy, new GS 2 features a black and white upper with a large, safari print ACC logo on the lateral side. Weighing in at only 160 grams, the GS 2 is built with renewable and recyclable materials, including a castor bean-derived sockliner and traction plate. The laces, lining and tongue are made from a minimum of 70% recycled materials, while the toeboard and collar feature at least 15% recycled materials.
Nike GS traction plate 2 chassis combines high performance with a strong agile and nimble. The base plate is made from renewable 50% Pebax? Rnew (a material made from plant-derived castor 97%) and 50% TPU made from renewable materials. The plate is 15% lighter than a traditional composition dish.The traction plate includes a column of diamond minimalist silhouette that offers great flexibility and agility in the performance of the board. While anatomically positioned nails maximize speed in various directions to ensure a swift and safe movement on the field. A solvent-free synthetic Kanga-Lite provides enhanced zonal for exceptional touch and control. The upper locking synthetic also supports midfoot and arch area. A special treatment during development of Kanga-Lite and provides optimum tactile feel of the ball in all conditions, and the technology Nike ACC is created by a special treatment during the development of superior materials.
The lining of half light and free of chemicals is made of 100% castor and eliminates all layers for a comfortable fit and enhanced touch with the ball. An anatomical heel counter and asymmetrical bucket and heel locks the foot down for stability and support. After Brazilian superstar Neymar debuted the original GS boot during the summer, the GS 2 will be worn by some of Europe's brightest young stars,including Liverpool's Raheem Sterling, Chelsea's Eden Hazard, Dortmund's Mario Göetze, Arsenal's Theo Walcott, Ajax's Christian Eriksen and A.C. Milan's Stephan El Shaarawy.