What can we expect from Nike Hypervenom II?
A sneak peak into the upcoming Nike Hypervenom II Football Boots.
This week, we shall look into Nike Hypervenom II football cleats. We expect Nike to release these boots in the coming months.
Many tip the Hypervenom II as the most anticipated boot of 2015, we certainly can’t deny that. Nike completely revolutionized the football game with the first generation of the Hypervenom which Nike released last year and we are positive that the new generation of Hypervenoms will not disappoint.
Well, what exactly can we expect from Nike Hypervenom II? Continue reading through this article and you’ll find your answer.
Nike may rework on the design of the second-gen Hypervenoms. An iconic Nike swoosh will surely be present on the upper just like the first-gen Hypervenoms. We don’t expect a change in the position of the iconic swoosh. Striking designs and vibrant colors are a huge possibility as Nike always plans to stand out on the pitch. It may feature the same design which Neymar revealed in the summer of 2013.
The upper is expected to be very soft. Nike's synthetic NikeSkin material may be used for the main part of the new Nike Hypervenom II Football Boot. It may well feature Nike Flywire technology. Nike Flywire are thin thread which offer stupendous strength to weight ratio. We expect Nike to place the Flywire strings in key areas such as the midfoot area to improve support and stability. We also expect Nike to use a unique stitching pattern in the touch area to improve ball control. We don’t expect the hexagonal structured upper to make a return.
Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Boot may well receive the revolutionary Dynamic Fit collar, an element which is already present the current generation of the Mercurial Superfly and Magista Obra. Tongue less concept or tongue-esque concept may be seen.
A lot of changes in the outsole of the Nike Hypervenom II aren’t expected this time around. It may be very similar when compared with the first-gen Hypervenom. Nike Hypervenom II may again feature conical studs for improved rotational agility (just like Nike Hypervenom I). A similar stud positioning is also expected.
We will be just as surprised as you if Nike introduces bladed configuration studs for Hypervenom II.
Here are the possible colorways:
Bottom-line: No matter what the final design is, one thing is certain. The Nike Hypervenom II will certainly turn heads while on the pitch.