Nike is released new colorways of all their most popular cleats today. While there are going to be new inventory in nearly every style you can think of, we wanted to highlight some of what we expect to be the most popular of the flood light pack.
The new black/purple/orange fusion of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II’s make them some of the most attractive cleats in the pack. We love the funky vibe the color combination gives off. Featuring the dynamic fit collar and the coveted ‘dimpled’ upper these Phantom II’s provide the ankle to foot lock down you need in a cleat and a responsive touch for all your passes and shots. The Phantom isn’t the only one who got the new color treatment in the Hypervenom line, so did the popular Phatal II.
The Rio Teal is (in our opinion) one of the best colorways released on for the Obra II to date. The 3-D textured upper give the color a fluidity unlike any other cleat we’ve ever seen, reminding us of ocean waves and running rivers. The shoe looks great, and still features the newly remolded dynamic fit collar and Nike All Conditions Control technology. It’s fellow silo member, the Orden II, is looking good in Rio Teal as well.
Coastal blue was the perfect choice for the Nike Tiempo Legend VIs. The blue has just the right amount of sheen to it, while the green that makes up the soleplate and back heel is undeniably eye-catching. Still made with premium kangaroo leather, one of the must sought after materials in soccer cleat history, the Nike Tiempo Legends VI’s are the leather cleat for the new school enthusiast that wants an old-school touch. The turf sibling of the Nike Tiempo got the coastal blue treatment as well.
The lightest cleat that Nike has to offer the new Vapor XI look great in motion. The purple and black look great with the overlaid horizontal stripes. Designed with the minimalist in mind the Vapor XI’s are made for players who’d rather be barefoot. Featuring a nylon soleplate that gives plenty of flex to your natural range of motion, the Vapors have been a player favorite for 11 different iterations.
The grand-daddy of them all, the Superfly V has been Nike’s flagship cleat for years. The first with the dynamic fit collar, and new embossed ridges, the Superfly is one of the lightest high-top cleats available on the market today. The purple, orange, and black colorway found on the Vapors transitions perfectly to Nike’s most famous cleat.
All of these cleats, plus many more floodlight styles, are now available on www.soccercorner.com. Find your size today because they’re going fast! Let us know which ones you like in the comments.