Isco Switches to Low-Cut Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boots

It's the logical choice. Real Madrid midfielder Isco switched to the low-cut Hyper Orange Nike Hypervenom Phinish Soccer Cleats after he cut off the Dynamic Fit collar of his Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Boots in early August 2015.



Isco cut off the iconic Dynamic Fit collar of his Nike Hypervenom Phantom Lightning Storm Pack Boots after he had problems with the revolutionary sock-like boot design, which was introduced to the second-generation Nike Hypervenom Boots in May 2015.

Isco trains in Nike Hypervenom Phinish Football Boots

Isco's Nike Hypervenom Phinish vs modified cut-off Nike Hypervenom Phantom.



Isco wore a non-modified version of the Nike Hypervenom Phinish Lightning Storm Pack Boots, which were released in July 2015.

The Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boots are almost identical to his modified Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 Boots. In fact, the only tech difference is the tongue. The cut-off Nike Hypervenom Phantom Isco Cleats featured a Flyknit tongue, while the Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boots come with a tongue-less solution for a lockdown fit.



The most remarkable visual difference is the sole plate design of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom and Phinish Boots. Whereas the Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 sole plate boasts a striking graphic pattern, the sole plate of the cutting-edge low-cut Nike Hypervenom Phinish us solid orange.



Real Madrid Boot Watch: Varane trains in Nike Tiempo Legend 6, Isco switches to Nike Hypervenom Phinish, Cristiano Ronaldo still wears a lower Dynamic Fit collar and Keylor Navas laces up in blackout Nike Tiempo Legend Boots.



Do you think that more players who cut off the Dynamic Fit collar (Arturo Vidal, Thiago) will switch to regular low-cut boots? Let us know in the comments below, and watch out for Isco's Boots in today's La Liga match against Betis.