Canvas / Volt Nike Tiempo Legend V 2015-2016 Boots Released - Last-Ever Tiempo Legend V Colorway

The new Canvas / Volt Nike Tiempo Legend 5 2015 Soccer Cleat introduces a bold design for Nike's modern heritage boot. Officially released on November 10, the new Metallic Canvas / Volt / Black Nike Tiempo Legend 2015-2016 Cleats are very likely the last colorway of the Nike Tiempo Legend V.

In December 2015, Nike will release the much-awaited next-gen Nike Tiempo Legend 6 2015-2016 Soccer Boots. The Nike Tiempo Legend VI boots introduce a support skeleton to remove the traditional stitching, and were already worn by Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos on November 7 ahead of the official launch.

Nike Tiempo Legend 5 Canvas / Volt / Black

This is the striking Canvas Nike Tiempo Legend October 2015 Cleat.



The new Nike Tiempo Legend V 2015 Boot boasts a striking half-and-half design featuring Nike's trademark colors Volt and Metallic Canvas. While the forefoot area of the last Nike Tiempo Legend V Football Boot Colorway is Canvasen, the synthetic Kangalite heel area, laces and the tongue are Volt to stand out on the pitch.



Nike combines the eye-catching colors Volt and Metallic Canvas with a black Swoosh and black applications.



Made for comfort and ultimate control, the Canvasen Nike Tiempo Legend 6 Boots feature a super soft Kangaroo leather upper, which is combined with the synthetic Kangalite heel area for more stability. The TPU sole plate of the Volt / Canvas Nike Tiempo 5 Boots features conical and bladed studs for rotational agility.



Worn by players such as Andrea Pirlo, Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos, the new Canvas / Volt Nike Tiempo Legend V Cleats Colorway will receive no high-profile on-pitch player support.


Canvas, Volt and Black. The new Nike Tiempo Legend 2015-2016 Boots Colorway are definitely one of the boldest paint jobs of the Nike Tiempo ever, set to be available for 200 Euro (200 USD, 160 GBP) from 12 November 2015.

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