Today’s release of the Nike Raised on Concrete pack brings with it a classy new colorway update for the Mercurial Superfly and Vapor 360 models.This picture shows the Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 Elite NJR with free shipping costs $115.00A modern and straightforward design, the new Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 football boots are predominantly grey with a orangish yellow sole plate and brandings in the same color. The Swooshes are placed on the medial side and toebox, while the large M logo appears on the heel in a white finish.The Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 Elite boots have a one-piece Flyknit upper with a collar. Their split (“podular”) sole plate construction has been the center of much criticism recently but remains in use for this edition.
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A stunning Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 football boot colorway is available at sport-kick.com Here’s a first look at the Black Metallic silver Nike Mercurial Superfly VI cleats,
This image shows the Nike Mercurial Superfly VI in Black Metallic silver football boots at sport-kicks.com
An eye-catching and fresh design, the Nike Mercurial Superfly 360 boots are ‘ Metallic silver with a black silver metallic sole plate and brandings in the same color. A bit of silver on the inside collar completes the smart look.
The Nike Mercurial Superfly VI soccer boots in v have a one-piece Flyknit construction with a lower-profile DF collar than previous generations. They of course feature Nike All Conditions Control (ACC) for better control under adverse conditions.
Introduce a new picture of the Nike Mercurial Superfly 2018 World Cup cleats, showing off the takedown Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 blak version of the cleat.
Celebrating 20 years of the most important Nike football boot model, the Swoosh today presented the special-edition What The Mercurial Superfly VI Elite, This is the Nike x Kim Jones Superfly 360 Elite soccer boot.
Inspired by the iconic 2016 Nike What The Mercurial – a limited-edition boot that sold out within minutes and featured elements from some of the key Mercurials through history – the new cleats, based on the recently introduced Superfly 6 (360) Elite model, opt for a much more subdued look.
They are all-black and feature subtle knit and print patterns, which again reflect legendary cleats such as the 1998 Mercurial Vapor or the 2002 Mercurial Vapor I.
A special adaptation of the ‘M’ logo appears on the front of the tongue of the What The Mercurial Superfly VI Elite boots – commemorating the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the silo, which was worn by Ronaldo for the first time just on this day, 8 March, 1998.
A dark metallic sole plate rounds off the design alongside the ‘What The Mercurial’ wordmark and five dots on the heel, just as on the 2016 edition.
Stay tuned for more updates on the 2018 Nike What The Mercurial soccer boots as we receive them. What do you think of the limited-edition Nike Superfly 360 Elite x Kim Jones cleats?