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Nike Soccer Makes Weather a Non-factor with All Conditions Control Technology

Soccer isn’t one of those sports—like baseball, or tennis—that comes to a halt just because the weather isn’t perfect. Regardless of rain, sleet, or snow, the most popular sport in the world keeps on plugging away. And thanks to brands like Nike, the weather is one thing soccer players do not have to worry about.

There’s no question that Nike has some of the best soccer boots available today on the market. Designed for a variety of different skill sets, every cleat has one thing in common—they all come embedded with Nike All Conditions Control (ACC) technology. Created by a special treatment during the construction of the upper, the ACC technology allows the cleat to maintain control of the ball, even in the worst of weather conditions. Thanks to the innovative technology, players can show off their talents with complete confidence.

Nike’s ACC technology is available in all soccer models, including the Mercurial Vapor VIII, CTR360 Maestri III, Total 90 Laser IV, and the upcoming Tiempo Legend IV. Check out the awesome shots of the cleats above.

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