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They're pretty, they're pink, and they're here for a damn good reason. The sweetspot innovators, Concave, have revealed the limited edition Volt+ Knit in Pink to help raise funds for breast cancer charity the Pink Ribbon Foundation and it’s exclusively available from Pro:Direct Soccer.

Awareness and support in equal measure as a contribution of each sale will go to the foundation. With only 100 pairs available, read on to find out more about these limited edition football boots. 

The Pink Ribbon Foundation support hundreds of UK breast cancer charities and organisations to help them provide services for all facets of diagnosis from research, community hubs, therapy to support and anything you can think of in-between and after.

Concave's top-end boot is back in a fetching new colourway in tribute to the Pink Ribbon Foundation – but on the pitch they’re just as potent as ever with a lightweight Micro-Yarn construction and the Concave Powerstrike zone for a sweet striking spot.


The knitted sock blends the boot to your ankle while the seamless construction of the TECHSTICH knit upper and removable shock-absorbing socks keep you comfy. But these boots are built for speed and the soleplate features a moulded oval stud configuration for rapid acceleration and high traction on all natural surfaces. 

It's simple really, if you want to back a fantastic cause, while bagging a great looking pair of limited edition football boots that are packed full of top-end tech, you can get your hands on the Concave Volt+ Knit in Pink exclusively from October 15th at

Missed out on a pair? Don't worry, you can still get all that sweet spot benefit from Concave's current Raw Force Pack - click the link to check it out in depth on Pro:Direct Soccer Extra Time.


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