It's hard to believe that it has been 10 years since the first CR7 Safari. Cristiano Ronaldo had finished his a disappointing second in his first season at Real Madrid and a Portugal made an early exit in the Round of 16 at the 2010 World Cup (he did claim man of the match honors in all three group games). It had not been a great year entering the 2010-11 season, but was handed the #7 shirt after the departure of Raul. By the end of the 10/11 season Ronaldo had amassed an astounding 40 goals in only 34 La Liga matches, averaging a goal every 73 minutes. Cristiano Ronaldo would spend the season in the second generation Nike Mercurial Superfly which was known for it's flywire cables and carbon fiber soleplate. But it was the design of his signature boots that really grabbed the attention of the soccer world. The white and black safari print would be accented with a bright orange swoosh and subtle chevron pattern. 10 years later and the design is still celebrated. In 2020 we see it introduced yet again. Now on the seventh generation of the Superfly, this limited release is sure to be a classic.
The Nike Mercurial Superfly starts with a 360-degree Flyknit construction that wraps your foot in a soft and flexible material that supports high speed agility. The high-tenacity yarn and one piece lining provides a second skin feel. The split outsole design combined with a new stiffer chassis create explosive acceleration. The now iconic Dynamit Fit collar wraps your ankle for a secure fit, that delivers confidence when you step onto the field.
CR7 continues to be an icon in the soccer world, and there is no better way to pay tribute than with the Safari Superfly. Find your Cristiano Ronaldo Soccer Cleats at SoccerPro.com!