Nike take the Hypervenom II to NikeFootballX


Nike HypervenomX

The Nike FootballX lineup has expanded with the unveiling of the latest short sided silo, the Hypervenom X.

In order to translate Nike’s new Hypervenom II Shoe into small-sided soccer, the shoe is engineered to work with the foot or enable deadly agility. HypervenomX has been designed for attacking player who are deceptive by nature — capable of moves in any direction or usually making the one their opponent very least expects.

Find the Nike HypervenomX at Aztecaoccer.com

Black HypervenomX

 

Hypervenom X is the very first NikeFootball X shoe to mix a Flyknit collar with an enhanced mesh upper. HypervenomX also features recycled Nike Grind rubber on higher abrasion or drag areas for enhanced durability. Comfort and ease against hard surfaces has also been taken into consideration with Phylon cushioning.

Matched with that MagistaX or MercurialX, these shoes total the current NikeFootballX friends and family. NikeFootballX merges Nike’s pinnacle footwear technology with design elements unique to small-sided football. The “X” in NikeFootballX is a nod to the combined number of players in a game of five-a-side.

Nike Black Street HypervenomX

For those that wish a couple now, they are set to debut in two colorways – the original Hypervenom II Wolf Grey and a brand-new , sure to extremely popular, Black “Street”. Both shoes will be available in indoor court ( IC ) or turf ( TF ) versions with outsoles that cater not only to the relevant surface, but the underfoot play or touches prevalent in small-sided soccer.

Find the complete NikeFootballX line-up now available at aztecasoccer.com

 

 

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