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Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 Firm Ground Football Boots - Seaweed/Volt/Hasta/White - Kids
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Nike Mercurial Vapor XI CR7 Firm Ground Football Boots - Seaweed/Volt/Hasta/White
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Nike Football Boots

Inject some explosiveness into your game with a new pair of Nike football boots which are all designed to enhance your best abilities on the pitch. Each Nike product you see on this page has been taken through the brand’s laboratory-like manufacturing process. The aim? To marry your feet with the perfect set of boots so you have more control in every touch, more power in every step and more precision in every delivery of the ball.

Whether you’re looking for added speed, power or agility, you’ll heighten all three with any Nike football boot on this page. Look a little deeper and you’ll find that certain boots lend themselves to different play-styles, for example: Nike Mercurial – Sprinter. Nike Hypervenom – Dribbler. Nike CTR360 – Assister. Nike Tiempo – All-rounder.

The latest Nike football boots were made available from the online sports company Kitbag ahead of the World Cup and have been seen on the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Andrés Iniesta and Thiago Silva.

Designed for “unstoppable playmaking,” the Magista and Mercurial collections have something to suit everyone with boots specially designed for indoors, turf, artificial grass, firm and soft-ground conditions.

Nike has made sure that these Magista and Mercurial boots stand out on the pitch with their vibrant colours and designs.

The highly breathable Nike Magista Obra is the top spec Magista boot whilst the Mercurial Superfly tops the Mercurial range. Both firm-ground boots made their debut at the World Cup and have a unique design with a dynamic fit collar that fits over the ankle for a sock-like feel that locks the foot in place. The sock liner mirrors the shape of the foot for extra comfort and low-profile cushioning so players can stay comfortable for the whole 90 minutes.

The tongue-less Flyknit upper on both the Obra and the Superfly combine three technologies to bring the players feet closer to the ball for a barefoot touch.

The lightweight Mercurial Superfly firm-ground boot was seen on the feet of Ronaldo on June 16th when Portugal played Germany in their first match of the tournament. This boot has a responsive and lightweight carbon-fibre plate and Vapor traction pattern to deliver explosive speed in all directions.

The striking Magista Obra, worn by Iniesta and Silva, is built with a conical stud pattern on the sole and four studs at the heel so players can enjoy 360 degrees of rotational traction for pin point direction changes.

Order your own pair of Nike football boots now and you’ve already bettered your game. Plus, the comfort and durability you’ll get from a pair of Nikes makes them a sound investment for players of any level.

All in all, there’s a Nike boot for every type of player here at Kitbag. But it’s the speed demons who’ll benefit most from wearing the aerodynamic swoosh.

In addition to our Nike football boots, we sell a wide range of boots, trainers and running shoes to suit you whatever your requirement, brand preference or budget. Browse through our extensive online catalogue to discover why we have a reputation as one of Europe’s foremost sportswear retailers. Once you’ve selected the football boots you’re looking for, you can zoom in to take a closer look or purchase from us now via our secure online payment facility, We also offer PayPal payments too so it’s never been easier to order your new shirt online from – Your one stop football shop for football boots. – You supply the passion, we supply the clothes.

History of Nike Football Boots

Nike Football Boots – The Story

Nike started out small. Tiny, in fact. But it started out with a clear vision – to give athletes an edge over the competition, by equipping them with smartly designed footwear. Bill Bowerman, the Oregon University track & field coach way back in 1950, was the beholder of that vision. At the time, he pitched it to a cluster of well-known cobbling firms…but to no avail. Bowerman was left with little choice than to craft the advantageous running shoes himself, by hand. So he did. A former student of his, Phil Knight, came to him some years later with a range of Onitsuka Tiger shoes (imported from Japan), which he wanted to sell.

Onitsuka Tiger was the original name of ASICS, one of Nike’s major rivals today. Instead, Bowerman offered to become Knight’s partner and the two established ‘Blue Ribbon Sports’ in 1964. Bowerman began reverse engineering the firm’s imported Tiger shoes, looking for ways to make them more lightweight, more durable and more comfortable. Meanwhile, he was still coaching at OU – giving him the perfect testing stage for his prototypes.

As more student athletes tried his revolutionary designs on the track, the two-man company became extremely busy. So, they drafted in support from Jeff Johnson (a track runner at the time) by the mid ‘60s. Johnson led the way on marketing and founded the name ‘Nike’ in 1971. From that point on, and right through the 1980s, the firm became affiliated with more and more sports protégés, who endorsed the now-famous swoosh, from very early on in their careers. Such protégés included Steve Prefontaine, Bo Jackson and a certain Michael Jordan. Needless to say, when it came to sports footwear, Nike had positioned itself as a clear authority – largely owing to the marketing nous of Jeff Johnson. Then came the ‘90s - A decade when the company refocused on football boots and wearing Nike football boots soon became the sign of a true winner.

The majority of Brazil’s World Cup winning side of 1994 wore ‘the swoosh’ and by this time, Nike had even branched out into sports clothing; the Brazilians wore a Nike kit that same year. In 1998, the first ever Nike Mercurial was launched as the world’s lightest football boot (just 200g). Ronaldo (the Brazilian one), wore the boots that World Cup year and scored four goals in the tournament. Four years later, he wore an upgraded version of the boot, the Nike Mercurial Vapou. This time, the forward scored eight goals to help his national team win yet another World Cup. The Mercurial Vapour II was released in ’04 and controversially went up in weight – though the leather was much more resilient and comfortable in the heel.

By 2008, this boot had gone through several evolutionary stages to become the Mercurial Vapour SL, made from a variety of materials, including carbon fibre, Teijin and ‘NikeSkin’. The more you would play in this boot, the more it would shape itself to the structure of your foot. This characteristic had featured in the Mercurials circa 2006 but by now, Nike had perfected what was perhaps the most unique of all football boot properties. It was obvious, Nike’s primary focus was on speed. Of course it was - this company was founded on a vision of making runners, simply, run faster. If speed is your game, then look no further than Nike footy boots. If you’re more of a control freak, then zoom into the range here and pick out your favourite pair of Tiempos or CTR360s.
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