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ATTACK

Nike's Hypervenom brings new innovation to the attacking player. The Hypervenom is engineered to find the ball and finish the play.

Hypervenom UPPER: NikeSkin delivers a perfect dribbling and ball control. Nike All Conditions Control (ACC) offers enhanced ball control in both dry and wet weather conditions. Strike zone adapts to foot while eye-catching honeycomb X-Ray texture across forefoot provides grip.

Hypervenom INSOLE: New X1.1 last is engineered to amplify agility. Adaptive materials adjust to all conditions of play. Fast form keeps cleat closer to the foot. Inner support maintains shape and locks the foot in place. Lightweight perforate anatomical PE sockliner amplifies the natural foot shape and creates low-profile cushioning.

Hypervenom OUTSOLE: Responsive glass nylon chassis with strategically-placed studs for traction and agility. Split toe amplifies natural motion.

WEIGHT: 7.2 oz.


Los Hypervenom de Nike ofrecen innovación a los atacantes. Han sido creados para encontrar el balón y terminar las jugadas. CORTE: NikeSkin que brinda un mejor control del balón. Tecnología All Conditions Control (ACC) de Nike que asegura un mejor control

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