Did you ever think the Nike Superfly could get any lighter? Well, it can! With the Nike Vapor Superfly II - Elite Edition, Nike has been able to reduce the weight by 5 percent, down to 8.3 oz!
Since the boots are the lightest Nike has ever made, they can not only make you run faster, but they also require less energy use over the course of the game. So in those final minutes, when everyone else is tired, you will have that extra push in your Superflys!
Strong, like a dinosaur
Nike is able to maximize the strength of the Elite Superfly with pressure-activated traction studs and a glass-fiber composite. The pressure activated studs enable off-toe acceleration and grip, no matter the conditions on the field. The glass-fiber composite plate makes this shoe extremely tough and durable.
Perfect Fit? Duh!
The Nike Superfly Elite uses flywire technology. This provides a lightweight upper (even lighter than the original Superfly), a dynamic fit (they are anatomically contoured, so as to mirror the shape of the foot) and a durable shoe!
Comfy... Like your mom
What's really great about these Mercurial Vapors is that they have a perforated sockliner inlay that molds to the foot. This will give you superior low profile cushioning and support, while also reducing pressure from your studs.
World Cup-ly Performance
The Nike Elite Series is a top-of-the-line collection of boots. They are designed and engineered for the competitive player to minimize slippage and maximize performance! You probably even saw the World Cup edition of this shoe in the 2010 World Cup! That's because all of the players wanted to maximize their performance!
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.
SoccerPro ships with 99.975% accuracy. Tested over 4,000 orders. We applied for the Guinness Book of World Records...haven't heard back yet. We're pretty sure it's a slam though.
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.