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Pink Mercurial Superfly Highlights Nike’s “Lightning Storm” Pack

Hyper Pink Superfly

There was once a time when pink boots would be seen as just plain ridiculous, and then there was the stage when they became all the rage. It’s been a day or so since then, but finally Nike are back with a new take on the Mercurial Superfly, layering the upper with a Hyper Pink colorway in the most dramatic fashion. It is a look that is sure to create a buzz and this will be a boot that is not likely to sit on shelves very long!

It comes as part of the new Lightning Storm Pack released by Nike today, a colorful pack that is intended to celebrate those moments when you want to shock the crowd and stand out with lightening effect. Fall season is approaching, a pivotal time in most soccer players year and this is an opportunity to put a vibrant charge in your game.

Nike Lightning Pack

On offer in the collection is a Hyper Pink version of the Mercurial Vapor and Superfly ready for players that want speed. For those in the playmaking mold, there is a Turquoise Blue take on the Magista Obra. Volt Orange is the chosen color for the agility focused Hypervenom II Phantom and Phinish. And finally, those that appreciate touch get a fresh Lime Green colorway on the Tiempo legend V.

Tomorrow, each boot in the pack hits retail – you’ll be able to find them all at

Lightning Storm Pack Superfly

Lightning Storm Pack Vapor

Lightning Storm Pack Hypervenom II Phantom

Lightning Storm Pack Hypervenom II Phinish

Lightning Storm Pack Magista Obra

Lightning Storm Pack Magista Opus

Lightning Storm Pack Tiempo V


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