Nike's lead HyperVenom act makes his way into the next generation boot as a release dates nears for the highly anticipated silo. The HyperVenom has caught the Dynamic Fit Collar bug as it prepares to sit in line with the Superfly IV & Magista Obra and Neymar has been getting to grips in a highly customised version.
Different prototypes of the boot have already been spotted on the feet of Robert Lewandowski, Isco and Mauro Icardi but now Nike have set on a final design and have dished out a complete black-out pair to the Brazilian forward to get accustomed to ahead of a busy month of trophy hunting for Barcelona in the Champions League and La Liga.
The HyperVenom has remained untouched since Neymar launched the boot in Brazil in 2013 but the the upper of the Nike Hypervenom II will feature a synthetic, one-piece material with Nike Flywire built in for improved stability, although Neymar's custom editions eliminate the Flywire tech in favour of a smoother design. The silo will still be pitched as an “agility” boot built for high-speed attacking, and when it comes to the sole-plate, we aren’t expect too many changes from Nike, although again, Neymar has added his own modifications.
The Nike HyperVenom II is scheduled to drop towards the end of the current month with the Champions League Final on June 6 the obvious debut for the next generation boot.
Isco Trains in HyperVenom II in January 2015.
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