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Nike Release Limited Edition NIKEiD x Monaco Pack

Nike Limited Edition Monaco Pack

As AS Monaco claim their first Ligue 1 title in 17 years, Nike was getting involved in the celebrations by releasing a new limited edition NIKEiD x Monaco Pack is inspired by the club’s colors and heritage. As an attacking force, Kylian Mbappe, Falcao and Tiemoué Bakayoko have scored 38 goals and 13 assists through the season. They are the key players treated to the customized boots.

Nike Monaco Pack Hypervenom

Nike Monaco Pack Superfly

Nike Monaco Pack Tiempo Legend

Debuted on-pitch at the Stade Louis 2 in Monaco,  Mbappe’s Hypervenom Phantom boots feature a red and white upper embellished by a white Swoosh and the seal of 2017. Falcao and Bakayoko are both treated to explosive speed with the Mercurial Vapor, while goalkeeper Danijel Subasic gets some crisp white Tiempo VI with Gold swoosh.AS

The NIKEiD x Monaco Pack is available on NIKEiD.COM or you can see all the latest Nike releases at soccer.com.

Nike Monaco Pack

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