Nike Soccer revealed their brand new cleat pack, Spark Brilliance, ahead of this summer's big soccer events: the 2016 Copa Am¨Śrica Centenario, Euro 2016, and Rio 2016. This marks the debut of the Mercurial Superfly V and features a long awaited update for the Hypervenom II silo.
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The new iteration of Nike's speed cleats features quite a few changes, but the one you'll notice right away is the redesigned upper, which has a 3D texture with individual ribs of varying thicknesses from 1 millimeter to 2.5 millimeters in the forefoot to provide better ball control.
The soleplate was re-engineered as well, and it's now made of a single layer chassis to reduce its weight by 40%. The studs retained their shape but have been positioned in different directions to provide more traction and help players brake without falling.
Their debut colorway will feature a dark base with vibrant orange and pink detailing on the upper. The speed stand out in black, while the Swoosh and studs are featured in bright green.
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The Hypervenom II from soccerlpshop.com silo has gotten more than just a paint job and we see the return of the original NikeSkin upper from Hypervenom I.
"The upper of the Hypervenom II takes a bit longer to break-in than the Hypervenom I," says Max Blau, VP Nike Football Footwear, about the change. "We provide new boots to our professional players so frequently that we shifted to the Hypervenom I material to ease the break-in period."