Nike Tech Craft Leather Pack Released
Nike's Tech Craft Pack is out. It brings out the first ever leather Hypervenoms.
Nike released the Lightning Storm pack earlier this year. That pack sure shook the world with its striking colorways and completely eccentric styling. Nike is not done with that. Nike released the Tech Craft Leather Pack on August 11, 2015. This like the Lightning Storm Pack is destined to be a fan favorite. These shoes are up for sale from August 13, 2015.
Nike’s Tech Craft Leather Pack combines classic black color with the exciting colors of the Nike 2015-2016 Lightning Storm Pack Collection. The heel area of the football boots feature stunning colors while the soft leather on the touch area is in black. The pro football shoes come from Montebelluna, Italy.
Nike Hypervenom II
The leather version of Nike’s Hypervenom Phantom II is out. It is stunning. It is the first ever Hypervenom leather shoe from Nike. This shoe boasts Orange/Black colorway. Super soft Kangaroo leather covers the upper of Hypervenom II. This soft and first-class leather will present superior ball touch. Technically, this shoe is not much different from the regular Nike Hypervenom Phantom II. It features Dynamic Fit collar, Flywire cables, ACC (All Conditions Control). The fuse between K-leather and Flyknit upper offers great natural feel. The lower tier Hypervenom- Hypervenom Phinish is also a part of the new Tech Craft Leather Pack.
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The FG version of Nike Hypervenom II Leather retails at $300 ($305 – AG version) i.e., around 20,000INR while the Hypervenom Phinish retails at $225 i.e., around 15,000INR.
Nike Magista Obra
Just like the Hypervenom Phantom II, the Obra too features a layer of Kangaroo leather in the touch area. The 3D K-leather offers ultimate in ball control and is for the ultimate playmaker of the beautiful game. To this, it also features ACC, Dynamic Fit collar. This is the first ever leather Magista Obra. It features a Pebax outsole and a conical stud pattern for better rotational agility. The Magista Opus is also a part of the Tech Craft Pack.
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The FG version of Nike Magista Obra Leather retails at $300 ($305 – AG version) i.e., around 20,000INR while the Magista Opus Leather retails at $200 i.e., around 13,000INR.
Nike Mercurial Superfly
If you are looking for unmatched control at high speeds, the Mercurial Superfly is definitely for you. It boasts a striking Black/Pink colorway. This is the first ever Mercurial Superfly to include Kangaroo leather for the upper. The ball control is matchless. Tech wise, this shoe is not different from the regular Nike Mercurial Superfly. It features Dynamic Fit collar, NikeSkin and ACC. It also boasts the iconic Carbon fiber outsole along with a unique stud pattern that promotes rapid acceleration. Along with Mercurial Superfly, Nike released Mercurial Vapor X in the same colorway.
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The FG version of Nike Mercurial Superfly Leather retails at $300 ($305 – AG version’ $310 – SG version) i.e., around 20,000INR while the Mercurial Vapor X leather retails at $225 i.e., around 15,000INR.
Nike Tiempo Legend V
Nike also included the Tiempo Legend V in the Tech Craft pack. It features striking Black/Green colorway. It is exactly the same Tiempo Legend V that we see right now. It boasts all the regular technologies of the normal Tiempo Legend V. No new K-leather with this football boot as it already boasts a K-leather for supreme first touch.
The Tiempo Legend V retails at $200 i.e., around 13,000 INR.
NikeiD is available for the Tech Craft Pack. With NikeiD, you get to customize the shoe to your liking. Availability of the Tech Craft Pack in India is TBA.
Bottom-line: As Nike claims, innovation meets tradition.