WHO’S WEARING Nike Mercurial Superfly V – BANG FOR YOUR BUCK

Despite the Cheap Nike Mercurial Superfly V at?soccer-bp.com having two different consistencies of Flyknit to form tightly to your foot (stretchy around the top/lace-area of your foot to allow stretch for different foot sizes and tight everywhere else to let the laces do their work), the heel lining caused some big-time blisters. Made from a smooth rubbery material, this boot is best broken-in in spurts instead of long sessions.

In regards to the dynamic fit collar, it takes a bit of getting used to. However, the experience is an enjoyable one once the initial odd feeling wears off.While the collar does not provide any real extra protection, the sensation of a seamless transition from the area of your leg outside the boot to the area inside is astounding. While not for everyone, this set-up will make believers out of many skeptical wearers.

The soleplate on the Nike Mercurial Superfly V FG -Electric Green-Black-Flash Lime sees a return to carbon-fibre, but the stiffness of past SF’s has definitely been shelved. The dual studs in the heel have also been replaced by a four stud set-up, while the forefoot studs hearken back to early Mercurial boots instead of more recent ventures.

In harder pitches and even a few soggy ones, there was no slippage and the set-up allows you confidence on your feet while providing great traction and push-off for any type of movement your game requires. Having tested a few pairs already to help me with this review, playing in them until you feel possible blisters warming up is the best way to go.

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