Nike Footwear Reviews.

Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Review

A glove-like and responsive fit, a claw-like traction, an explosive soleplate, and a close to the ball touch; the Mercurial Vapor 12 is unlike anything we've ever seen before.

Nike Mercurial Supefly 6 Review

Inspired by the cheetah, the Nike Mercurial Supefly 6 offers an anatomical split-soleplate, Nikegrip texturing, responsive 360 Flyknit design, and a highly comfortable Dynamic Fit collar.

Nike Mercurial Supefly V Review

The Nike Mercurial Supefly V is quite the breakthrough in soccer cleat technology, being one of the lightest, fastest, and secure soccer cleats ever made...

Nike Mercurial Vapor 11 Review

One of the most iconic soccer cleats to ever hit the market, known for being lightweight, explosive, and thin. The Vapor 11...

Nike Hypervenom Phantom III Elite Review

The Nike Hypervenom Phantom III is truly an amazing cleat, made with responsiveness in mind. From the soleplate to the laces, it screams lockdown...

Nike Magista Obra II Elite Review

For those of you who don't know, the Magista Obra completely changed the modern soccer cleat market and made people go nuts. But the Magista Obra II Elite just takes it to a completely new level.

Nike Magista Opus II Review

The Nike Magista Opus II, built to enhance your game with a touch you get from no other cleat. A crazy soft upper with superior comfort, a soleplate that ...

Nike Tiempo Legend VII Elite Review

One of the most technologically advanced kangaroo leather boot on the market. The first Tiempo Legend that features Flyknit, the lightest ever made, and with a completely new soleplate.

Nike Premier Review

A modern twist on a traditional cleat, the Nike Premier II is a contemporary cleat with an old-school vibe, made to rival it's Adidas counterparts.