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Nike's second generation Hypervenom Phantom II football shoe features
The agile agility of the first generation of poisonous front left a deep impression, in view of this Nike's design team aims to fully upgrade the second generation of the front of the poisonous front, so that it has become an extremely agile combat boots. For this reason, Flywire fly line technology was revolutionarily implanted into the front of the second generation of the poisonous front, and in order to closely follow the vane of the current high-top shoes, the second generation of the Dyson front also joined our familiar high-top dynamic collar design.
Black and orange spot patterns on both sides of the upper have already met with us as early as the first generation of poisonous fronts. It can be said that Nike’s efforts to give the second-generation publicity to the Frontier can be said to be enough effort.
Compared with the early-generation poisonous front, the second generation of poison front shoe still adopts NIKESKIN, but it does not have the honeycomb-like design. In addition to very different uppers, the addition of a dynamic collar makes it difficult to associate it with the poison front.
In addition to familiar NIKESKIN materials in the upper, it also incorporates different densities of reinforced mesh materials, resulting in a much thicker upper compared to other integrated knitted fabric uppers. At the same time, in order to enhance the tactile sensation and control of the shoes facing the ball, many new kerf designs have also been added to the front of the poisonous front. This is also relatively rare in previous football shoes.
In order not to affect the touch feeling of the inner area of the shoes, the flying lines of the first shoelace hole and the second shoelace hole are in an M shape and do not penetrate the entire shoe side.