Nike Mercurial Superfly IV

  • Nike Mercurial Superfly IV ID Custom Football Boots Review

    You can never doubt Nike and their abilities when it comes to delivering the next big thing to hit the market. This time around it is a new version of the high profile Mercurial Superfly range at sports-kicks shop that features a mix of technology found on the new Magista, and modified technology from the original Superfly.
    Nike Mercurial Superfly IV
    The “New” Superfly

    The old and the new are completely different boots, but it is the development of the upper where these absolutely excel over the original. Rather than having a tough and rigid upper, these have a much more pliable feel thanks to Flyknit technology. It provides a much closer to skin feel on that ball that is natural and much more effective in play. Nike also removed the unproven front adaptive stud and decreased the amount of Flywire used through the upper.
    New Nike Mercurial Superfly IV
    Initial Reaction

    It is very interesting to see what direction Nike has taken the Nike Mercurial Superfly IV FG ID Custom Football Boots Silver/Black in, considering it was a range that seemed to be part of the past. The introduction of a mid-cut collar and Flyknit material follows the release of the Magista, giving us some precedence for what to expect. Given my disappointment with previous models of the Superfly – notably because of Flywire on a rigid upper.
    2016 Nike Mercurial Superfly IV
    Breaking In and Comfort

    This time around, Nike has introduced a much more flexible material in Flyknit and it makes a world of difference. What you get is an upper that adjusts to your foot shape and provides a comfortable feel right through game. There is more fluidity to the material that allows them to accommodate a medium to wide fitting player without taking away from any natural movement.

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