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Detailed Look at the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM “Volt”

Just yesterday, Nike Lab unveiled their latest project, the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM. Not even a full day has passed and we’ve been graced with some detailed pictures to give a better idea of exactly what the team at Nike Lab did.

Taking one of this year’s signature World Cup boots, the Mercurial Superfly, and simply taking off the cleats, this every day adaptation was born. Many of the design cues remained the same, including the fully Flyknit upper, but this version see’s the ankle strap extend well above a normal cut offering even more support. The heel cup was designed using leather, which gives this a more luxury feel, and the Free 5.0 outsole makes this shoe street ready for any occasion. The model was originally debuted in a simplistic black and white color scheme, but has since been redone in the popular performance “Volt” colorway Nike’s been clinging to for some time now.

Take a detailed look and decide if you’ll pick these up from Nike when they hit shelves tomorrow, July 12.

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