THE LATEST pair of boots designed by a Wrexham-based company for Paul Mullin feature a celebration used by the star striker in tribute to his son.

Zebra Customs has been designing boots for the Wrexham stars for some time now, including before their huge FA Cup clash v Sheffield United back in January.

The business has also created a string of boots for the Reds' star man Paul Mullin, including a recent pair dedicated to his son Albi.

In January, the 28-year-old announced via Twitter that his son had just recently been diagnosed with autism.

Since then, he has been dedicating his goals to Albi by pulling out the 'A' sign when he celebrates.

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In recognition of that, Zebra Customs has come up with its latest pair of boots which pays homage to that iconic celebration.

The pair of Nikes feature Albi's name on and Mullin's hands in the form of the 'A' celebration he dedicates to his son.

Zebra Customs said they hope that they will be 'the boots that will take Wrexham back to the Football League'.

John White set up 'Zebra Customs' mid-pandemic as a way of 'keeping busy'.

The 26-year-old says the business has 'flourished' ever since and it has now seen him become the go-to man for boot designs for Wrexham AFC stars.

As well as Mullin and Tozer, John has also created designs for the likes of fellow Wrexham AFC man Ollie Palmer and UFC Fighters Tai Tuivasa and Stephen 'Wonderboy' Thompson.

He has even designed a special pair of Adidas for Wrexham AFC co-chairman Rob McElhenney which features a Philadelphia Eagles and Wrexham mash-up in honour of Rob's two true loves.