The Nike Mercurial Superfly 2016 Blackout Football Boots Leaked is all about speed, and it celebrates Nike's famed Flyknit in all it's glory. Made from three different layers of Flyknit, the Superfly IV is about achieving a barefoot feel for the ball without compromising on durability. Extra strength also comes in the form of the Brio cables, that carry the second benefit of locking down the foot when you tie the laces up, a similar benefit to the Dynamic Fit collar. Finished off with a carbon fibre soleplate, the Superfly IV is all about getting to the ball first, setting you up for a deadly touch.
The Cheap Nike Mercurial Superfly is all about celebrating Flyknit, but the Hypervenom Phantom is a tribute to Nikeskin (which, we should not forget, is also implemented on the Magista and Superfly IV). The Nikeskin upper hugs the foot and gives a brilliantly close feel for the ball, which doubles as a very solid upper for striking the ball that takes the sting out of a shot. A nylon soleplate again comes in handy on the Hypervenom Phantom, which combined with the perforated sock liner that mirrors the shape of the foot that is built for agility.
In an age of amazing football boot technologies, the nike silver storm superfly is arguably the forgotten child of Nike football boots. You can have your Flyknit, your Nikeskin, your carbon fiber soleplates, but the old school pair of leather football boots has been doing the goods way before those snappy pieces of technology were even considered. However, like a 55-year-old in a flash Armani suit talking into an iPhone, it is infused with some modern touches too.
While the nike flyknit superfly ag certainly captured attention at the World Cup, Nike have followed it up with a classy blackout number that will capture the market who thought the original Blackout Football Boots may have been a bit on the bright side. However, a pop of colour from the top of the Dynamic Fit collar catches the eye as well, giving a modern twist on the traditional blackout.They are available from today from soccercps.com.