Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

This is the Black Signature Boots Collection by Nike  which will be available here.

The collection includes the newest addition to the Nike Football family, the Hypervenom, now offered in tonal black with dark charcoal color-blocking and a crimson Swoosh.

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The Nike Mercurial Vapor IX comes in all black with a white Swoosh and red color pop on the heel.

The Nike CTR 360 Maestri III is a black and dark charcoal boot with a white Swoosh and bright citrus pop on the forefoot stud design.

Completing the collection, the Nike Tiempo Legend IV boasts a dark charcoal base,with black detail and laser orange Swoosh.

All four boots feature Nike All Conditions Control (ACC) technology to provide equal levels of foot-to-ball control in both wet and dry conditions.

The boots are available to buy beginning July 1 in the U.S. and from July 22 globally.

“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.

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Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

Nike Black Signature Football Boots Collection

 

 

 

 

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Guest

So BLACK boots are the big news eh?
My, marketing people are such idiots... and the public buying it as some sort of great novelty idea even more...

Come on Umbro, be quick and put out an "all black" version of your "all whites". At least that would be slightly more "new" than this. Or even "more old", to be precise, since boots never had logos in the old days. Two things which often correspond when it comes to trends and fashions.
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Large corporations work with some of the top psychologists. The way they market products is to go very modern and vibrant for a few years and people will start wanting something that is a little bit less and more like the "old days" so they bring stuff out which reminds the consumer of a few years back = instant hit.

Then after a couple of years of "retro" the consumer will be bored of this, hence back to the modern and fresh looks on kit.

It is all just a big circle really.

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