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Mercurial Vapor Superfly with Flywire Technology

Mercurial Vapor SuperflyThe Flywire technology is known to take inspiration from the sprint spike concept that had more than just the average sports aficionado’s attention when it was debuted at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Well, Nike went ahead and incorporated this technology in its Mercurial Vapor Superfly boot series the following year. A grand launch by Cristiano Ronaldo ensured soccer enthusiasts had much to ogle at.

With the integrated Flywire fabrication, the cleats were coughed up in an eye-catching lightweight contour. The use of robust Vectran thread that’s been organized in a design resembling the shape of a fan at anchor points encircling the shoes is said to make them a class apart. A total of six color options were revealed for the Superfly besides an authentic max orange or abyss or metallic platinum color option. In addition to this, the innovative Flywire technology has also been included in the heel of the boot.

The Nike CTR360 Maestri soccer cleat further stands out for being one of the most hotly anticipated boots in a long time. Having marked its presence in the market around 2009, the pair is said to tag along a host of technological enhancements. In fact, Nike claims it to be quite a revolutionary cleat as far as control of the ball is concerned. Designed to enable better performance, the pair is built to allow three main tasks efficiently – control, receiving and distribution of the ball.

A step ahead as far as other boot designs are concerned, the Maestri has been made from Nike’s Kanga Lite leather which appears to work fine for both performance and a comfortable fit. Stability and traction aren’t compromised on either thanks to the housed dual-density forefoot studs. These also function effectively to give players a much better grip and control of the ball. The solid heel studs do a great job too for efficient management of the ball when playing.

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