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“Fast As Nature” Nike Mercurial Set For Release!

The build up is well underwear for the introduction of the newest Mercurial silo, with this Wednesday (Feb 7th) announced by Nike as the big day. In typical fashion, they will be going all out to ensure that soccer fans far and wide are well aware of what magnificent piece of technologically advanced footwear has been created. In other words, expect your timeline to be going off on Wednesday morning!

What do we know about the next-generation “Fast As Nature” Mercurial Superfly VI Elite and Vapor XII releases? Well, what we can tell you is the they will be introduced in two colorways; a vibrant Solar orange and a more traditional Black. And as usual they will be fully focused on being the leading speed boot in Nike’s arsenal. In fact, they are set to make fast even faster, well at least that is what Nike is stating.

Stay tuned for full release details later this week!

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About Bill Hancock

I am a father of 2 young soccer players. My daughter is 8 and my son is 16. They are the reason I became interested in soccer. The more I learned about soccer the more I realized that it is indeed the beautiful game! I am focused on helping players (and parents) develop the skills necessary to find success and enjoyment in this wonderful sport.

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