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In honor of 2014, Nike has created a limited edition run of the Nike Premier that celebrates three nations who have achieved glory on soccer's greatest stage. This version honors Brazil.

According to Nike, "It looks like a classic from the archives', but when they put it on they could feel that it has all the latest technology and performance insights."

The sockliner in the Brazil cleat has a graphic referencing the years Brazil was crowed world champions.

Nike Premier FG is destined to be a fixture on fields for years to come.

The Nike Premier offers an ideal combination of premium materials, modern technology and a classic soccer look.

Nike Premier UPPER: Kangaroo leather for all around comfort, softness and touch.

Anatomical last for a glove-like fit and a slimmer, faster shape. Low profile tongue with ventilation.

Nike Premier INSOLE: Molded PE sockliner for support and shape retention. The insole board is specially designed to work with the outsole to provide a smooth transition from mid to forefoot with multidirectional flexibility.

Nike Premier OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU for flexibility and comfort.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


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