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Reds Sponsor Signs City Rival’s Warrior

Date: 3rd December 2012 at 8:30 am
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’s new kit manufacturer has continued to shake up the football world with the signing of Belgian midfielder from the Reds city rival’s Everton.

The new long-term partnership saw Fellaini wear boots from Warrior’s first ever football boot collection, Skreamer, during the v Everton match which finished 1-1 on Saturday – with Fellaini scoring.

Fellaini says the decision to partner with Warrior was an easy one.

“I chose Warrior because my approach to the game and desire to win is the same as theirs. It’s a brand that does things differently to the others and I really like that. We are a great fit and I’m excited about the chance to influence a new generation of young footballers alongside Warrior.”

Spearheading the range is the Skreamer Pro. Anatomically engineered on the pillars of power and lightweight agility, the Skreamer Pro is fuelled by a revolutionary design DNA making it swift and deadly on any surface.

The boot features a multitude of breakthrough technologies completely new to the football world.

Boot Specs

Designed to amplify raw playing power, the Skreamer Pro’s sleek one piece S-Lite microfibre upper is enhanced with micro injection moulding and rebound technology. An Arrowhead Forefoot Vamp gives players a dominant edge, delivering killer power and ball control.


Implanted inside the Skreamer Pro is the unique Arrow Bed Insole, a design component that promotes optimal circulation under the foot while heightening tactile sensitivity. This is strengthened by the boot’s lightweight Thorax Exo-Skeleton cage that protects and shields the mid-foot during play. Engineered with a seamless internal construction system, the Skreamer Pro prevents internal abrasion by providing players with ultimate form-fitting comfort.

To provide fierce grip and release, specifically angled ClawTec Blades make the Skreamer Pro ferociously fast and easy to handle. A slash-proof Heel Shield provides players with extra support, while the Carbon X-Bow shank enables hyper-acceleration and game-enhancing stamina. Supported by a tough, battle-ready P-BX Outsole to ensure force and stability at high speeds, the boot is completed with a Deep Lace system for exceptional fit and feel.

For optimal traction on all playing surfaces, the Skreamer Pro is configured in both soft and firm ground sole plate options.

The Skreamer range has been launched in two key colourways: Blue Radiance/ Bright Marigold (Skreamer Pro) and Black/ Spicy Orange (Skreamer K-Lite), and is available in a number of specification levels.

have also stated that further team and player announcements will be made over the coming weeks.


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27 thoughts on “Reds Sponsor Signs City Rival’s Warrior

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  • wesker
    1 year ago

    LFC kits this year ARE revolting . Im having none . Someone at Liverpool should have a word with warrior – none of this americanised sh!te next season please

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  • Adam78
    1 year ago

    What does it matter what the shirt is like I wear them with pride with the liver bird on ur chest pathetic people call yourself Liverpool fans

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    • Del
      1 year ago

      thats stupid , u wear it even if it looks sh!t ? dumb ass your pathetic

      some people have no class

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  • Del
    1 year ago

    warrior kits are rank ugly .

    ever see a ginger person wearing the home shirt ? if not go find one – u will laugh for days

    now that i think of it – the 2nd + 3rd have the same effect for everybody

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    • simon
      1 year ago

      The home shirt IS shocking on red heads , they look like big oranges LOL

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  • steveO
    1 year ago

    Warrior are cack , wouldn’t be seen dead in them . Ill buy old adidas instead

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