Teaser Gallery: Panini America Cracks Early Boxes of Upcoming 2015 Spectra Football

Another Monday here at Panini America HQ marks the beginning of one more release-filled week in the trading-card world as both 2015 Spectra Football and 2014-15 Luxe Basketball are slated to arrive in hobby shops across North America on Monday. We'll get you as prepared as possible for these two blockbusters in the coming days with Teaser Gallery posts devoted to both products -- beginning with today's three-box stroll through 2015 Spectra Football.

Panini America 2015 Spectra Football Teaser Gallery1

Another Monday here at Panini America HQ marks the beginning of one more release-filled week in the trading-card world as both 2015 Spectra Football and 2014-15 Luxe Basketball are slated to arrive in hobby shops across North America on Monday. We’ll get you as prepared as possible for these two blockbusters in the coming days with Teaser Gallery posts devoted to both products — beginning with today’s three-box stroll through 2015 Spectra Football.

In a relatively short amount of time, the Spectra brand has become a Prizm-powered staple of the Panini America NFL product portfolio — and it’s also introduced a new word to the collecting lexicon: “Spectracular.” For 2015, Spectra Football certainly lives up to lofty expectations by delivering four hit-heavy packs in every hobby box. In the gallery that follows, you’ll see exactly what we mean by taking you card by card through three early boxes.

Enjoy the gallery and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2015 Spectra Football.

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10 Replies to “Teaser Gallery: Panini America Cracks Early Boxes of Upcoming 2015 Spectra Football”

  1. Very intriguing product. Love the on-card autos, that alone deserves a very sincere “atta’ boy!”
    The Winston / Mariotta dual auto patch is just magnificent, as are the SuperBowl standout autos. Any one of those autos is a killer PC addition.

    Looking forward to plucking some prospect autos off of the secondary market!

  2. Very unique, but I like it. Different colors of ink in the autos and crazy patterns going on. I love the Jarvis Landry/DaVante Parker dual relic card. It’s stunning. Also love the basic Griese card. Solid looking.

  3. Those Neon colored auto’s just disappear on the background of whatever that pattern is. Really have to squint to see the Karlos Williams Auto.

    Great job on the Super Bowl auto cards.

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