The Nike Magista Obra is one of the most popular boots to come from any brand over the past few years. The introduction of Flyknit to the market really made a big splash. Now Nike have changed up their routine and the Obra II’s upper has an almost Hypervenom-like look but with Flyknit. The change has created more “zones” that big time athletes and playmakers use when controlling the ball. The first colorway showed these zones as a heat map and with the latest Floodlight Pack colorway we see one of the sharpest looks on a Magista yet.
The Rio Teal and Obsidian colorway looks mean on feet and is inspired by the big game under the floodlights of your local field. A bright yellow Nike swoosh adds something other than the darker colors found on the rest of the rest of the boot including the collar. The tongueless design, that is really the exposed Flyknit running down from the collar, creates the sock like fit you feel when lacing up the Obra. The soleplate is designed from both the first generation Obra and the CTR360 line to create an outsole designed for traction no matter which way you need to go on the field. The Obra is designed for the ultimate control boot for the Kevin De Bruynes of the world.
The Magista Obra has come with a layer of Nikeskin over top to keep the boot protected and an ACC coating has been applied to allow the boot to be at peak performance in all weather conditions. The ACC coating allows the upper to act the same whether it is raining or perfect outside. No matter the conditions, you will be ready to go.