Playing on turf brings a whole new set of obstacles to the game. Thankfully, there's the Nike Mercurial Victory IV TF Soccer Shoe to alleviate those problems. Players who transition to turf are often injured. According to the American Journal of Sports Medicine artificial playing surfaces exhibit a greater risk for rotational injuries. Don't freak out, it's mostly because of improper shoe use. Soccer shoes are designed to bite into the ground to maximize the player's control but on turf, too much bite will cause your shoe to get caught in the synthetic fibers, killing your game. Through the innovative Vapor traction pattern, the Mercurial Victory IV annihilates these problems and gives you a major game advantage. Besides the shoe's great features, it's also a beauty. Compare it to other turf soccer shoes, and you'll notice the black shoe and white Nike logo of the Mercurial Victory give it a classic, yet modern look... Yes, that's sort of an oxymoron but it's true. The newest version of the Mercurial is lighter and faster than ever before. Weighing less than 10oz, you'll forget your even wearing them.
Upper: Soft, supple synthetic leather gives you amazing feel on the ball. Specifically contoured to mirror your foot-shape.
Midsole: A form fitting sock-liner with textile top delivers low-profile cushioning.
Outsole: Molded rubber. Revolutionary Vapor traction patterned designed especially for speed on artificial turf.
Don't sit out a season because of injury, get these shoes. Sitting in a waiting room at the doctors office or playing soccer... tough call.
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Not stoked on your gear? No problem because we have Lifetime Returns. Please DO NOT wear/use the item and try to return it as new. If you do this monkeys with wings will show up at your front door. It's weird.
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Any item marked as clearance isn't eligible for a return, unless it's defective. I'm arguing with the boss man on this one (I feel your pain). Threw a rotten tomato at his head...direct hit. He still wouldn't budge.