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Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly Ready for Re-release

After several months of revamping, Nike have finally announced that they are ready to re-release the highly sought after Mercurial Vapor Superfly.

Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly FG Metallic Platinum

In late April, we announced that Nike had pulled the Superfly before it was released to the market after flaws were found in the cleats design. Player’s reported ripping in the cleats as they played in games. As a precaution, Nike pulled the cleats from the market in order to retest the cleats. It was a bold move by Nike, as they were announcing that the cleats had a problem. Over the past few months, Nike has modified and improved the cleat by increasing the Teijin synthetic material used in the vulnerable areas. And now the cleats are finally ready to hit the US market in the Metallic Platinum/Hot Red/Max Orange color, and are currently available for preorder for $349.99. This version of the Superfly is sure to sell out fast, as they are sure to be in demand, if you are looking to get a pair do so before they sell out.

As another point of interest, I can reveal that in August, Nike are set to release a Black /Voltage Yellow color in the Superfly range. This design is Nike going back to the classic look, and after so many colorful displays, the Black/Yellow design is quiet refreshing. All of the same featured technology resides in the Superfly as before. It will be available by August 1st, just in time for the start of next season, but you can Preorder them right now for $349.99.

Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly FG Black

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  1. are they making any new superflys in 2013?

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