Looking for the latest edition of the Nike Superfly II? SoccerPro has it. Yep, that's right, the newest Nike Mercurial Superfly II FG is now available at SoccerPro in an awesome windchill color.
Now I know you know what the Superfly is all about. But in case you didn't know all the facts, we're here to tell you about the lightest shoe Nike has ever made. That's right, at a whopping 8.3 ounces, you won't know what to do with yourself. It's almost like you're not wearing any shoes... but you are!
Using flywire technology in the upper, these Nike Mercurial Vapor soccer cleats offer a great energy return, so that you get that little extra push in the last five minutes of your game! Not only does the flywire technology offer great energy return, but it also offers an incredible anatomically contoured fit, making these shoes incredibly comfortable.
Worried about slipping and falling in such light shoes? Are you not used to the fact that you can run so fast? Don't worry, these boots use a strong Adaptive Traction Technology feature. This strong glass-fiber composite, pressure-activated traction stud combination enables off-toe acceleration and grip. That means you can run so fast, without the worry of falling on your face (unless you're just naturally clumsy... but we are sure that's not the case, unless you're Sergio!)
Another amazing feature of these Nike soccer cleats is the perforated sockliner inlay. That's our dictionary definition of "comfort, comfort, and more comfort". The inlay molds to the foot, providing you with excellent comfort, and superior, low-profile cushioning and support.
Seriously, it doesn't get much better than the Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly II. Unless of course you take a look at the Nike Elite Superfly, but that's a different story for a different day!
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.