12 April 2016 18:00:00
With reference to football: Nike F.C. Free Hypervenom 2
Recognizable football boot adapted for comfortable everyday wear
Football and technologies
Nike F.C. Free Hypervenom 2 sneakers are based on the Hypervenom cleats many football fans have already been familiar with. Those are the cleats that Neymar and Robert Lewandowski, Harry Kane and Wesley Sneijder, Edinson Cavani and Wayne Rooney wear fighting for European titles. This year, Nike has embarked on fitting football classics for city use: Nike Skin technology is responsible for the ideal fit, while cushioning and easy flexibility come out of Nike Free 3.0 technology.
In 2002, Stanford University students were training barefoot on a grass court. Seeing that, Nike innovators suddenly came up with a new concept. For the next 8 years, American sportswear giant was working on a sole that would feel not just like an addition to a foot, but its natural extension. The work resulted in the development of a revolutionary sole that easily deals with any loading. This particular sole is embedded into revolutionary Nike F.C. Free Hypervenom 2.
The sales start April 14
10:00 - available at the offline store only
12:00 - available online
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