Nike launches Mercurial Vapor Next Nature cleats

NikeThe Mercurial Vapor soccer cleat debuted in 1998 on the feet of Cristiano Ronaldo, and later became a popular shoe for forwards, wingers and other top footballers around the world who valued speed in the game. part of their game. With previous boots primarily made of leather, Nike introduced the Vapors as a forward-thinking concept, using synthetic materials to make ultra-lightweight boots.

The Mercurial Vapor series has continued to make improvements over the years, including seven new precision components that have reduced weight in 2021. This year’s improvements come in the form of durable performance, aimed at improving performance players while protecting the planet and the future of sport. .

The latest iteration of the famous franchise is called Mercurial Vapor Next Nature, featuring 100% recycled plate and 50% overall recycled content by weight. The four-layer uppers are made from recycled polyester, recycled TPU, manufacturing scraps and 3D-printed Flyprint for the first time, a material that is lighter and more breathable than traditional textiles while still exhibiting water-repellent qualities.

Visually, the football boots feature a mix of orange Just Do It prints and black tread mark patterns, along with a large Nike Sunburst logo on the medial side. Semi-translucent white layered overlays are spread across the silhouette, a threaded Swoosh runs across the sides, and clear and black studs sit on the bottom to complete the design.

Grab an official look at the Mercurial Vapor Next Nature above and expect pairs to debut later this year. More information can be found on the Nike site.

Elsewhere in the shoes, take a first look at the Nike Air Max Terrascape 97.

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