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The Nike Tiempo (b. 1994) is synonymous with the birth of Nike Football. Over the last twenty years, the Tiempo name has become the industry benchmark for premium, crafted football boots.
Today Nike celebrates this seminal boot with the lTiempo XX Pack, composed of the new Tiempo Legend V and Tiempo ’94. Only 500 pairs of this limited edition pack have been produced.
The Tiempo Legend V and Tiempo 94 both feature premium alegria K-Leather,the purest and most natural K-leather, with a black and white finish — the boots’ original colors. Additional but subtle color pops reflect today’s player.
Each shoe is imprinted with “XX” on the heel to signify 20 years of Tiempo excellence. The Tiempo XX pack is available now from Nike.com
adidas today launched the Samba Collection, Brazilian inspired football boots aimed at celebrating the vibrancy and exuberance of the World Cup host nation. For the first time ever, as part of the Samba Collection adidas has released a new boot from each of its four boot ranges, adizero™ f50, predator®, nitrocharge™ and 11pro, with an array of new bright, exciting colourways. Each boot has been designed with its own distinct identity and cutting edge technology, inspiring the next generation of footballer.
Be Seen – thats what each boot screams at you in Adidas’ latest concoction “The Enlightened”. A classically coloured boot, with a modern twist – reflective stripes, which are sure to stand out on the world’s biggest stage – the UEFA Champions League this evening as they make their debut!
Nike’s latest version of the Mercurial boot celebrates the super-charged speed and on-pitch dominance of one of the world’s greatest players, Cristiano Ronaldo. Featuring a ‘supernova’ print, the Nike Mercurial IX CR7 Boot and 2013 CR7 Collection take inspiration from the Portuguese star’s unique style of play.
“We know that our players love to stand out on and off the field. That doesn’t always mean bright colors, sometimes reverting to a classic look is just as powerful a statement,” said Phil McCartney, VP of Footwear for Nike Football, referring to Nike’s new release of predominantly black boots.