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Pick up the pace!

Nike's Mercurial Veloce FG is a performance cleat designed to perfect performance by offering control at top speeds. Enhances speed whether dribbling or sprinting past the opposition.

UPPER: Lightweight Teijin (synthetic) with speed control technology for control at all speeds.

Dimpled finish for a textured surface that adds friction for ball handling.

Contoured speed last for a superior fit with complete foot lock-down for blister-free, slip-free comfort.

MIDSOLE: Perforated (for breathability and reduced weight) with a molded top layer that mirrors foot shape and offers low profile cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Full-length TPU with bladed stud design for explosive acceleration and optimal multi-directional grip.

Direct injected, bladed studs cut quickly in and out of the field for solid acceleration.

Speed stud at midfoot enhances acceleration and support in this high-pressure zone for full-speed sprints.

Two-stud heel design helps prevent grass build-up and provides optimal penetration and stability.

Carbon fiber insert reduces weight while enhancing power.

WEIGHT: 7.8 oz.


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