The beautiful game is not always played in beautiful conditions. Mud is a common opponent for all players; it clogs their cleats, weighs down their boots and can cause players to lose footing altogether. So say hello to Nike's new Anti-Clog system, which does a better job than most previous boots at preventing mud from clogging the sole plate.
Nike Magista Obra II
The Nike Magista Obra II is here and is taking the world by storm with its flashy looks and incredible touch. The launch colourway features a heat map design that showed where some of the world’s top midfielders control the ball. But can it rival the original Obra for comfort?
Nike Hypervenom 3
Nike’s new Hypervenom 3 boots were designed with one type of player in mind - strikers. “This is a finisher’s boot,” explains Max Blau, VP of Nike Football Footwear. “Every component of this boot was built for goals.”At 196g, Hypervenom 3 is 17% lighter than its predecessor and will be worn by the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Jamie Vardy, Edinson Cavani and Gonzalo Higuain.
Nike Revolution pack
Nike has embarked on new ground, bringing the legendary Air Max to the field for the first time from the road. In recent years, many manufacturers have taken their football shoe collections on the road in a daring step. With the new Revolution Pack Nike has done the exact opposite. The pack, consisting of four different boots, honours the legendary Nike Air Max models.
Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 'Fire'
It's been almost a year since Nike launched the Hypervenom Phantom 3 at a glamorous event in Munich, starring Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Marcus Rashford, Gonzalo Higuain and Edinson Cavani . The boot's reputation for grip, traction and durability have made it the boot of choice for some of the world's best strikers. This is the Hypervenom's latest incarnation - part of the Fire & Ice collection - launched by Paris Saint-Germain's Cavani in the French capital.
Nike World Cup Kit Reveal: The Hype Is Real
This week in Paris, at an event of unprecedented scale for the Women’s game, Nike premiered the kits for its 14 women’s teams competing at this year’s World Cup. It felt like a game changer.