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A History Lesson in the 2016 Cheap Nike Mercurial Superfly

Despite sliding in second, it feels like it started the collared trend instead of the Magista. It moved back to the heralded carbon-fiber soleplate that was the foundation of Nike’s history, but with some slight changes to make sure that the boot would benefit from the material without any added weight or negative aspects.The 2016 Cheap SuperFly might have gone away for a little while, but it certainly returned with an intent to conquer.

It feels like it was just a few months ago that the warning bells seemed to be sounding within the confines of the Swoosh. Major Nike athletes were trading in the biggest asset in the Nike arsenal for different silos or boots that weren’t even getting prime-time advertising.

Somehow, the Mercurial SuperFly now feels like it sits back atop the mountain of soccer gear and, with the Superfly V coming soon, we wonder what it is about Nike’s most high profile toy that keeps us constantly coming back for more.

The early SuperFly models were notoriously hard to break-in, packed with questionable tech, and had a price point that would make some high-priced collectors think twice. Add in that the Superfly was quickly being made obsolete by the lightweight ventures of adidas, and it made sense to retire the Superfly.

Using a name that already had recognition within the fan-base, was connected to some of the most high profile names still in the game, and bringing in a wealth of new and intriguing tech made the SuperFly V at kicksaustraliasoccer.com hit the ground running.

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