The Superfly II has been stripped to the bare bones - like a Le Mans racer with all the seats taken out - the only piece of padding sits underneath the laces on the tongue. As such, the boots take a lot of wearing in, in comparison to many of it’s competitors.The Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly II football boot has redefined speed.
Packed with performance attributes including Flywire technology, adaptive traction and carbon fibre strength, this is Nikes lightest boot to-date. Nike’s design team worked very closely with athletes including Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexandre Pato throughout the design process to create a boot that enables toe-off acceleration and minimizes slippage in game-changing situations. prodiscountsoccer.co.uk/