When did the Nike Vapor cleats come out?

March 29, 2012
It was put on sale for the public on March 29, 2012. The latest Mercurial Vapor weighs in at 6.5oz. The special features of the boot is that Nike no longer uses the sense studs and four studs for the heel counter now Nike uses a whole new stud design for traction and two studs for the heel counter.

What is the history of soccer cleats?

Around 1925 the Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory), led by two German brothers Adolf & Rudolf, produced the first soccer cleats with interchangeable studs. These interchangeable studs allowed players to adjust to different field conditions without having to purchase multiple pairs of cleats.

Who created Mercurials?

Olivia Mackall

Developer(s) Olivia Mackall
Operating system Unix-like, Windows, macOS
Type Version control
License GNU GPL v2+
Website www.mercurial-scm.org

What does Nike Mercurial mean?

May 02, 2016. On its debut in 1998, the Nike Mercurial was hailed for its radical, track spike-inspired design, engineered for cut-and-strike speed. After all, “mercurial” by definition means unpredictable, and the players who have served as its muse are celebrated for their quicksilver play.

Who wears the Nike Mercurial Vapor 13?

Who wears the Nike Vapor 13? From strikers Anthony Martial & Erling Haaland, wingers Neymar & Christian Pulisic, midfielders Bruno Fernandes & Frenkie De Jong to fullbacks Ben Chilwell & Kyle Walker, the Vapor 13 is the most popular boot of choice for pros.

Where are Nike Mercurials made?

Made in Italy, the 2019 Mercurial 360 Vapor/Superfly will debut in Blue Fury and Black colorways.

How much is a Nike Vapor V soccer cleat?

The Vapor V plays little brother to the Superfly, but in terms of quality and demand it ranks just as high. Priced at the lower price of $219.99 (also $219.99 in women’s), the Vapor V is still an expensive cleat to purchase if you do not have prior experience with the range.

When did the Nike Mercurial Vapor boots come out?

Background The origin of the Mercurial Vapors can be traced back to 1998, when Ronaldo debuted the original Nike Air Mercurial boots. The boots were originally released in black, but a version in silver/blue/yellow was released for the 1998 World Cup and a blue/black version followed soon after.

What makes the Nike Superfly soccer cleat so special?

The Superfly is seen as the next generation in soccer cleats because of its unique design. Nike has used a FlyWire system that wraps across the top of the cleat creating a stabilization effect. The FlyWire joins at the top and has the same properties as a suspension bridge.

When did Nike start making football cleats?

Nike entered the game of football in 1971 with a black-and-white molded rubber cleat simply called “The Nike.” Today, Nike’s most advanced football cleat combines a recycled polyester upper spun from plastic bottles with the lightweight strength of carbon fiber in the plate.