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The Nike Hypervenom II textured upper enhances ball touch while the Dynamic Fit collar provides a locked-down fit. Nike Hypervenom 2016 Boots flywire cables wrap the foot to create a supportive, glove-like fit. A remarkable and unique stitching pattern in the touch area was designed for the new Nike Hypervenom 2 Soccer Boots to offer improved ball control. Dynamic Fit collar creates a secure, supported fit. The Nike Hypervenom Phantom II sole plate boasts a graphic pattern to stand out on the pitch.
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Resident boot lover, JayC (@nosajpersonlah), picks his favourite colourways from the Hypervenom series.
The Nike Hypervenom Phantom is one of my favourite boots to talk about because it’s had such an interesting story throughout its different iterations. In many ways, its story resembles your classic trilogy story. The first Hypervenom started out with a bang and became a fan favourite. The second generation Hypervenom suffered a major setback with its stiff upper before making a triumphant return with the Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3.
With rumours swirling that the Hypervenom Phantom is set to be replaced with a new silo, I thought that it’d be fun to take a look back at some of my favourite colourways throughout its existence.
Nike Hypervenom Phantom – OG Launch Colourway
We begin with the OG. The colourway that launched Neymar to superstardom. Equipped with a revolutionary NIKESKIN upper that gave a barefoot like sensation, the Nike Hypervenom Phantom was nothing like its T90 Laser 4 predecessor, which was built like a tank and full of shooting elements.
The Hypervenom’s were marketed for ‘A New Breed of Attackers’, and dang did the boot pull it off. I loved the black/warning orange colourway and snake-like rubberized skin that mirrored the deadly snakes in the wild. The boot didn’t just look dangerous, it made you FEEL dangerous as well. Whoever came up with this as the launch colourway deserves a raise.
HyperVenom Phantom Premium Gold/Volt/Black
With the 2014 World Cup held in Brazil, Nike wasted no time in focusing attention on their golden boy Neymar. Neymar shared with Nike designers about how he’d spray his boots gold as a kid and the Nike Team obliged him with his own signature colourway.
The boots were launched after the group stages and man did the gold and yellow on the Hypervenoms looked amazing on Neymar against the canary and blue of the Brazil jersey. While we’d have preferred a more subdued colour like white or black to contrast against the flashy gold, if you had to give such a loud pair of boots to a player, there was no one more deserving than Neymar.
Neymar carried the Brazil team in style but unfortunately, his World Cup was cut short by injury in the game against Colombia, the only game that he wore it.
Still, we had this assist to remember him by:
Nike Hypervenom Phantom Transform SE
Rounding off the first-generation of the wildly successful Nike Hypervenom Phantom, Nike released the limited edition Nike Hypervenom Phantom Transform.
To the untrained eye, it looked like a plain black boot. However, when coming in contact with heat, the contact area would turn into a vibrant orange pattern. How cool was that? It was like wearing a boot that flicked into action, when you did on the pitch, striking fear (and goals) into the heart of defenders unfortunate enough to meet you.
The OG colourway looked dangerous but this… this was just lethal.
Hypervenom 2: Neymar x Jordan
In 2016, Nike got everyone on the hype train by releasing the limited edition NJR x JORDAN COLLECTION, a collaboration between the wildly popular streetwear Jumpman brand and their golden boy Neymar. The collection included a limited edition Jordan sneaker as well as 2 colourways of the NJR x JORDAN Hypervenom, one in black and the other in white.
Taking inspiration from Neymar’s favourite Jordan, the Jordan V, the Boot also included touches to honour this collab.Neymar Jr.’s Brasil number, 10, appears on the side of the left black boot while his Barcelona number, 11, appears on the left white boot with the signature number 23 appearing on the right boot of both colourways.
The Jordan x Football collab has definitely grown since, with PSG wearing some sweet custom Jordan kits in their current Champions League campaign. All that would probably not have been possible without this Neymar x Jordan collab which puts this boot firmly in my top colourways released. And besides, who can hate on a Jordan?
Neymar Ousadia Alegria Hypervenom II Phantom
Celebrating Neymar’s mantra of “Ousadia – Alegria”, which means which means “Daring and Joy”, Nike collaborated with the famous designer Bruno Big to create a unique Hypervenom Phantom II bespoke to Neymar.
Neymar and Bruno Big launched the boot at a local pitch in Brazil after spray painting a wall with the new Ousadia Alegria design. They also spraypainted 1000 shoe boxes to form a graffiti wall before breaking them apart for sale.
Trivia time: Eagle-eyed boot nerds had begun to note that while Neymar’s boots looked like low cut Hypervenom 2s design wise, the upper material looked different, and seemed to be sleeker than it should have been. Yes, this was the beginning of him wearing Mercurial Vapors masked as a Hypervenom. The man r-e-a-l-l-y didn’t like his Hypervenom 2 and quite honestly, I don’t blame him either.
Nike Hypervenom Phantom WR250
The WR250 Hypervenom Phantom 2 came with a great design, but an even more interesting background story. The WR250 was launched in January 2017, after the launch of the Hypervenom Phantom 3, but utilised the upper and design of the Hypervenom Phantom 2. Unfortunately, Wayne Rooney had been suffering from injury issues which led to the goal coming a little after Nike’s plan of launching it before the Hypervenom Phantom 3 was unleashed to the world.
But it was all worth the wait, as Rooney hit this beauty on January 21 st against Stoke City to finally become United’s all time leading goalscorer after just 12 years at the club. As United looked to be consigned to a 1-0 defeat, who else but captain Wayne Rooney to the rescue again to send us United fans into a mixture of relief and joy at the same time.
I loved the subtle detailing of the “250” on the tongue and his iconic jersey number 10 on the side of the boot while the the deep red and pure whites of the boot looked fit for a United and England legend.
Sure, I might be wearing my Manchester United tinted glasses here to put this in my top colourways, but hey, who can say no to a clean white and red two-toned colourway.
Hypervenom 3: Raised on Concrete
The Raised On Concrete pack takes players back to their younger days, playing on the concrete floors of street soccer courts to hone their skills. Like most kids, I grew up being a nuisance to neighbors with the noise generated from playing at my void deck. It’s on these grounds that I scored my first goal, nutmegged my first victim, got nutmegged for the first time and learnt what it was like to play against the big boys.
Romanticism aside, I’ve always been a fan of red boots (totally unrelated to my club allegiance) so the silver and red combination really gets me.
Hypervenom Phantom Harry Kane SE
When Tottenham Hotspur and England’s Harry Kane notched his 100 Premier league goal, it was a special moment which Nike wanted to note. Not only had he joined an elite group of players to have hit 100 Premier League goals, the boot nerd in me also noted that he had hit all 100 goals wearing the Hypervenom Phantom 3.
To mark this special achievement, Nike released the special edition Hypervenom Phantom HK – a two-tone white and blue design in Kane’s preferred colours, highlighted by subtle golden details and the number 100 running down the heels of both boots.
I’m a huge sucker for predominantly white boots, in part due to how they look and in part because they’re just less warm to play in. But this white blue gold combination was just next level – a ridiculously classy colourway combination to take your hat off to and appreciate, just like the man himself. Unless of course, you’re an Arsenal fan…=P
Nike Hypervenom GX SE
Technially not a Hypervenom Phantom 3, the Hypervenom GX SE shared many similarities with the low-cut Hypervenom Phantom 3 that it would be a shame to not mention them.
The Air GX was the first boot produced in the famed Nike’s Montebelluna facility that was launched in 1996. Today, the facility famously still provides Nike’s professional players with boots engineered to their exact specifications.
Boot Nerd Trivia: Nike has factories in several locations, with the most common ones being Vietnam, China, Bosnia and Italy. The made in Europe boots tend to have a slightly more narrow fit, but slightly less break in time.
Nike used the latest Hypervenom plate, flywire and flyknit technology and merged it with the premium and super-soft Alegria leather to modernize the Air GX – bringing the weight of the boot down by 35%
What I loved about the boot is that it came with various touches to honour the Montebelluna team. The Montebelluna crest accompanied the colours of the Italian flag on the sockliner and heel. Italy’s flag also appears on the lateral side of the boot while the Alegria leather symbol on the upper includes the number 20 to mark its 20th Anniversary in 2017.
By now, long-time readers of the site will note that I’ve always been more of an old-school leather boot guy having reviewed most of the leather boots on the site. Having said that, modernizing old-school stuff with new school methods to produce a better product will always receive a thumbs up from me, and the Hypervenom GX definitely fell into this category.
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Nike Hypervenom II 'Radiant Reveal'
The 'Radiant Reveal' Pack is the latest shot fired from Nike HQ as the Swoosh update their on pitch collection for their players to shift into for the remainder of the domestic season.
White uppers tie the collection together, and for the Hypervenom Phantom II that upper becomes the stage for an explosion of scattered colour rising up from beneath the sole. The trademark jagged pattern that runs alongside the boot fades from deep purple at the toe area to electric volt at the heel as Nike go for a business up top, party downstairs vibe.
Sharp in the studio, stunning on pitch. Expect Nike's usual pool of Hypervenom players, including Neymar, Wayne Rooney and Robert Lewandowski to lace up in the release in the coming days as Nike look set for a powerful on-pitch takeover by inlining their full silo collection. In standard fashion Nike have also released the colourway in a Hypervenom Phinish II silhouette just in case you're not fully on board with the collar cult yet.
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Nike Hypervenom Phantom Radiant Reveal 2016 Boots Released
The second Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2016 Boots Colorway introduces the boldest design for the second-gen Nike Hypervenom Boots yet. Officially revealed on March 15, Nike players such as Lewandowski will headline the bold Nike Hypervenom 2016 Radiant Reveal Cleats.
In May 2015, Nike revealed the second-gen Nike Hypervenom Phantom Boot. And while the first generation of Nike's agility boot featured a traditional low-cut boot design, the second generation of the Nike Hypervenom introduced the Dynamic Fit collar to put them on the same level as two of three of Nike's other cutting-edge boots (Nike Magista Obra, Nike Mercurial Superfly).
Nike Hypervenom Phantom - White / Black / Total Orange / Volt / Pink
This is the first-ever Men's Nike Hypervenom Phantom Radiant Reveal Boot Edition.
Combining the main colors white and black with orange for the top part of the Dynamic Fit collar, the second Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2016 Soccer Cleat Edition could have been a classic boot if there wouldn't be the area below the superior part of the upper. The upper of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 2016 Radiant Reveal Soccer Boots boasts a striking graphic pattern that fades from a Volt heel area to orange in the middle area and a pink front area.
Nike continues the spectacular gradient design on the outsole of the boots. Compared to the low-cut Nike Hypervenom Phinish Radiant Reveal Boots , the Multicolor execution of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom also includes the black graphic pattern on the sole plate to create an even bolder design.
Despite the fact that the Nike Hypervenom Radiant Reveal 2016 Boot introduces a never-seen-before design for the agility boot, the technologies used for stunning paint job are the same as before. The Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Boots combine a high-cut collar with a tongue-less design and a NikeSkin upper with Flywire strings for ultimate ball control, lockdown and a sock-like fit.
The Nike Hypervenom Phantom II 2016 Radiant Reveal Football Boot retails at the same price as all previous colorways of the cutting-edge boot (275 USD, 275 Euro, 230 GBP) and will be available as FG (Firm Ground), AG (Artificial Grass) and SG (Soft Ground) version from March 27 in Nike's football app and from March 29 at all retailers.
Totally new look. What do you think of the Radiant Reveal edition of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II 2016 Boots? Let us know in the comments below, and check out all other Nike 2016 Radiant Reveal Boots in our Boot Calendar .
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The Nike Jr. Hypervenom Phantom III Academy Younger/Older Kids' Firm-Ground Football Boot is designed for opportunistic goal scorers. It features durable, sock-like comfort and an expanded strike zone for deadly finishing.
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Moscow-City: 7 surprising facts about the Russian capital’s business center
1. Guinness World Record in highlining
The record was set in 2019 by a team of seven athletes from Russia, Germany, France and Canada. They did it on September 8, on which the ‘Moscow-City Day’ is celebrated. The cord was stretched at the height of 350 m between the ‘OKO’ (“Eye”) and ‘Neva Towers’ skyscrapers. The distance between them is 245 m. The first of the athletes to cross was Friede Kuhne from Germany. The athletes didn't just walk, but also performed some daredevil tricks. Their record is 103 meters higher than the previous one set in Mexico City in December 2016.
2. Domination of Europe's top-10 highest skyscrapers
7 out of 10 Europe’s highest skyscrapers are located in Moscow-City. Earlier, the ‘Federation Tower’ complex’s ‘Vostok’ (“East”) skyscraper was the considered the tallest in Europe.
Left to right: the lower of the ‘Neva Towers’ (296 m), Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt (300 m), Gorod Stolits (“City of Capitals”) Moscow tower (302 m), Eurasia tower (309 m), The Shard’ skyscraper in London (310 m), Mercury City Tower (339 m), Neva Towers (345 m).
However, in 2018, the construction of the 462 meter tall ‘Lakhta Center’ in Saint-Petersburg was completed, pushing ‘Vostok’ (374 m) into 2nd place. The 3rd place is taken by OKO’s southern tower (354 m).
3. The unrealized ‘Rossiya’ tower
If all the building plans of Moscow-City were realized, the ‘Lakhta Center’ in St. Petersburg wouldn't have a chance to be Europe's highest skyscraper. Boris Tkhor, the architect who designed the concept of Moscow-City, had planned for the ‘Rossiya’ tower to be the tallest. In his project, it was a 600 meter tall golden cylindrical skyscraper ending with a spire that was inspired by traditional Russian bell towers. Then, the project was reinvented by famous British architect Sir Norman Foster. He had designed ‘Rossiya’ as a pyramid ending with a spire. The skyscraper itself would have been 612 meters tall, and the height including the spire would have reached 744,5 meters (for comparison, the ‘Burj Khalifa’ in Dubai, UAE, would have been just 83,5 meters taller). Unfortunately, the investors faced a lot of economic problems, due to the 2008 financial crisis, so the ‘Rossiya’ skyscraper was never built. A shopping mall and the ‘Neva Towers’ complex was constructed at its place in 2019.
4. Changed appearance of ‘Federation Tower’
In its first project, the ‘Federation Tower’ was designed to resemble a ship with a mast and two sails. The mast was to be represented by a tall glass spire with passages between the towers. It was planned to make a high-speed lift in it. The top of the spire was going to be turned into an observation deck. But the ship lost its mast in the middle of its construction. Experts at the Moscow-city Museum based in the ‘Imperia’ (“Empire”) tower say, that the construction of the spire was stopped, firstly, due to fire safety reasons and secondly, because it posed a threat to helicopter flights – the flickering glass of the spire could potentially blind the pilots. So, the half-built construction was disassembled. However, an observation deck was opened in the ‘Vostok’ tower.
5. Open windows of ‘Federation Tower’
We all know that the windows of the upper floors in different buildings don’t usually open. Experts say that it’s not actually for people’s safety. Falling from a big height is likely to be fatal in any building. The actual reason is the ventilation system. In a skyscraper, it’s managed with a mechanical system, and the building has its own climate. But in the ‘Zapad’ (“West”) tower of the ‘Federation Tower’ complex, the windows can open. The 62nd and last floor of the tower are taken up by a restaurant called ‘Sixty’. There, the windows are equipped with a special hydraulic system. They open for a short period of time accompanied by classical music, so the guests can take breathtaking photos of Moscow.
6. Broken glass units of ‘Federation Tower’
The guests of the ‘Sixty’ restaurant at the top of the ‘Zapad’ tower can be surprised to see cracked glass window panes. It is particularly strange, if we take into consideration the special type of this glass. It is extremely solid and can’t be broken once installed. For example, during experiments people threw all sorts of heavy items at the windows, but the glass wouldn’t break. The broken glass units of ‘Zapad’ were already damaged during shipment . As each of them is curved in its own way to make the tower’s curvature smooth, making a new set of window panes and bringing them to Russia was deemed too expensive . Moreover, the investors had financial problems (again, due to the 2008 financial crisis), so the ‘Vostok’ tower even stood unfinished for several years. Eventually, the cracked window panes were installed in their place.
7. The highest restaurant in Europe
‘Birds’, another restaurant in Moscow-City, is remarkable for its location. It was opened at the end of 2019 on the 84th floor of the ‘OKO’ complex’s southern tower. Guests at the restaurant can enjoy an amazing panoramic view at a height of 336 meters. On January 28, the experts of ‘Kniga Recordov Rossii’ (“Russian Records Book”) declared ‘Birds’ the highest restaurant in Europe, a step toward an application for a Guinness World Record.
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Nike Heads to Russia for Air Max 90 "Moscow"
Inspired by the city’s history and architecture..
Nike has continued the Air Max 90 ‘s 30th anniversary celebrations by releasing a special-edition version inspired by Moscow. The decision to honor the Russian city is a reference to the Air Max 90s popularity in the country, becoming the first Nike sneaker to be widely recognized across Russia.
The design of the sneaker is inspired by Moscow’s rich history and modern architecture, with a “Smoke Gray” colorway chosen as a nod to buildings across the city and the fall sky. Elsewhere, “Infrared” and “Lazer Blue” details pay tribute to Moscow’s night lights, while reflective touches bring to mind the skyscrapers across the skyline.
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