2018 Nike Mercurial Superfly Released All Different Shades And Styles

It has long been known that when Nike add to a boot in the Mercurial range, it immediately elevates the boot to a completely new level and it becomes a hot seller. Well, that is the case with younger generation players that like a little extra flair with their boots.

It all started back in 2008, when Nike turned Franck Ribery into the Panther. There were also several low key renditions in between that release and the popular 2015 Lightning Storm edition. And currently, there is a edition currently grabbing some serious attention on the women’s side of the game. All different shades and styles of pink. This time around, Nike use as their preferred shade on the upper of the 2018 Nike Mercurial Superfly.

In order to create the latest high performing silo, Nike leveraged data-informed texture mapping to create a Flyknit “speed rib” 3D texture upper for the Superfly from football-australia.com. The raised surface provides added friction between the surface of your foot and the ball.

These ribs range in thickness from 1 millimeter to 2.5 millimeters, giving you an idea of how much definition runs through the forefoot. On this edition, they have integrated some white knit to create a more dynamic effect across the side of the boot, with a snow cap design along the front of the upper.

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