Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly

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6.8 ounces built for speed, that pretty much says it all right? Sick boot with innovative Flywire technology, carbon fiber outsole, vented insole, and cored-out studs for the lightest boot to ever hit the field. UPPER: Ultra-thin Teijin material with Flywire filaments spanning the upper, attaching to the outsole to ensure support and durabilit.

Integrated, vented tongue for a low profile fit. Nike identified the key ball touch areas on the upper and applied a special coating to improve grip. TEPEX thermoplastic chassis is engineered for flexibility in the forefoot and stiffness in the arch.

Contoured speed last mirrors the foot shape. Removable EVA insole with ventilation holes. OUTSOLE: Carbon fiber with direct Injected bladed, cored-out studs. For firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: (6.8 oz.) Hand-crafted in Italy.

Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly

Nike Flywire

Structure without weight – helps make one of the lightest soccer shoes ever.


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