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Nike Launches Lower-Priced Nike Hypervenom 2 Boots With Dynamic Fit Collar

As we exclusively revealed back in February, Nike with the Hypervenom II launch for the first time released a cheaper football boot with a Dynamic Fit collar. The all-new Nike Hypervenom Phatal II DF (Dynamic Fit) 2015 Boots boast a high collar similar to that of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II Cleats.



To offer players the revolutionary high-top boot design at a more affordable price, Nike launched the second-tier version of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II 2015 Boots, featuring a included sockliner, in May 2015.

Second-Tier Nike Hypervenom II Boots with Dynamic Fit collar

This is the new Nike Hypervenom Phatal 2 DF, notice the solid-colored sole plate.



The cheaper version of the next-gen Nike Hypervenom Cleat features a synthetic upper material, which is a lot thicker than the upper material used for the high-end Nike Hypervenom Phantom II Football Shoes. The Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 DF Soccer Cleats dont't feature Nike's ACC (All Conditions Control) technology.

Therefore, the lower-priced Nike Hypervenom Boots with the Dynamic Fit collar are heavier than the best version with the Dynamic Fit collar, and won't the same barefoot-like feeling when touching the ball. Additionally, the low-priced Nike Hypervenom II Boots feature additional components and seams, which also increase the weight of the boots.

Visually, the upper of the low-priced Nike Hypervenom Cleats features a similar design as the Nike Hypervenom II and also uses Nike's Flywire strings for more stability. The sole plate, which is the same for both versions technology, boasts a striking graphic pattern on the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II, while the low-priced boot has a solid orange sole plate.


Nike Hypervenom Phantom II

The new Nike Hypervenom Phatal 2 Dynamic Fit collar boots retail at 170 USD (170 Euro, 120 GBP) and will also be released in all upcoming color variants of the second-generation Nike Hypervenom Football Boots.

For players who prefer a lower cut, Nike also unveiled the new Nike Hypervenom Phinish and Nike Hypervenom Phatal II Boots, which both feature a traditional sockliner.

In Summer 2015, Nike will release leather versions of the Nike Hypervenom, Nike Mercurial, Nike Magista and Nike Tiempo. Check out all upcoming Nike Hypervenom Boot Colorways in our Boot Calendar.

Do you like that Nike will offer a larger selection of leather boots and a more affordable Nike Hypervenom II with a Dynamic Fit collar? Drop us a line below.