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  1. Lana Rice
    August 5, 2015

    Do the new hypervenoms hold up better than the old hypervenoms?
    My son loves the shoe, but the top of the shoe separated from the sole
    Within a few weeks of wear.

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  2. Hunter York
    August 5, 2015

    Yes. I loved the first Hypervenom as well but durability always seemed to be the issue. Nike made this one much more durable with a slightly thicker upper and it should hold up a lot longer than the first.

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  3. Jose
    September 14, 2015

    Are these good for people with wide feet?? I’m in the market for a new boot but don’t known where to look right now I use the t-90 laser 3

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  4. Hunter York
    September 18, 2015

    Jose, I have a little bit wider than normal feet and I had no problems with these. If your feet are very wide then I would suggest heading to a local store and trying them on or ordering a pair then trying them on inside and see how they feel. As long as you don’t pull the flywire cables too tight I think these are the best option for wide feet that features the collar.

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  5. Mazza S
    October 19, 2015

    Can’t decide between the normal or leather versions of Phantom 2’s, any recommendation?

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    • Hunter York
      November 9, 2015

      I have not been able to test out the leather version but I would imagine if you enjoy leather cleats then possibly the leather but since I have only tried out the synthetic, I can say I really enjoy it. Both are great options no doubt. We have a play test of the Leather version on YouTube actually so you can check that out.

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  6. John
    November 6, 2015

    Do you prefer the superflys or hypervenom 2s

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  7. Veronica
    November 29, 2015

    I heard they come 1/2 size smaller? Is this true?

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  8. Jack Harrington
    March 1, 2016

    Have these boots and they are amazing, they have a sturdy feel and feel amazingly comfortable

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  9. Ben Mckeown
    March 21, 2016

    About how long do the hypervenom phantoms last?
    I would like to purchase a pair of high end nike boots but if durability is going to be an issue i might not. I train about once/ twice a week and also have a match every week.

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  10. Beatriz Coccaro Word
    April 22, 2016

    Does anyone know where to obtain the stud wrench to remove the metal studs? Thank you

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  11. Steve Mullins
    July 6, 2016

    Do Not buy these shoes or u will be sorry. A bunch of kids on my sons U-16 Premier team purchased these garbage shoes last year. Not one of them made it though the season. Not one single pair. They sock part of them tore on every single pair. The strikers were the worst. At first Nike replaced them and then after a Nike rep told one of the players to have everyone send them in for replacement, then we got “notified this was now ordinary wear and tear” and they destroyed the shoes and would not send them back today, Some warranty right. I ask why they told us to return them, and how the same defect can be under warranty for some shoes and not for others when they were all purchased in same month and I might as well have been speaking to a robot. Apparently, some one just looks at them and guesses.

    The socks were full of tears on both shoes, just like all the others. I would post pictures but they claim I checked recycle on the form so they destroyed the evidence. $300.00 for a pair of shoes that will not last a single soccer season.
    Btw the shoes were won by a goalie not a striker.
    I would highly recommend avoiding these like the plague.

    I have used nothing but Nike shoes and gear for decades. (Even with Phil Knight’s ridiculous Oregon support.) However, this will be a last pair of Nike Shoes for soccer, and last product I ever buy from them. They were the ones that told me to return the shoes, they are ones that refused to honor the warranty and then destroyed the shoes. I am the one saying I have had enough of poor customer service, and outright dishonest behavior. They are more interested in backing up their inconsistent product inspectors, (Which they refused to have explain to me why he said this was wear and tear on the later pairs), then their products. They have zero interest in standing behind their product. There is clearly a serious product defect on these shoes and they know it, Time to move on.

    STEVE

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