Thiago Shows Off Blackout Next-Gen Nike Hypervenom 3

The third generation of the Nike Hypervenom is coming closer. As good evidence as anything for that is the increased occurrence of high-profile players trying out the next generation of Nike's agility soccer boot silo in training. The latest is Bayern Munich's Thiago, who was spotted wearing a blacked-out pair of Nike Hypervenom 3 cleats in training this week.



Thiago Trains in Blackout Nike Hypervenom Phinish III Boots

This is a close-up of the next-gen Nike Hypervenom Phinish boots worn by Thiago in training.


Thiago, who recently ditched the Dynamic Fit collar-featuring Hypervenom Phantom II, has been wearing the low-cut Nike Hypervenom Phinish recently. Fittingly, he tried the upcoming generation of this model in training.



The Nike Hypervenom Phinish III replaces the current NikeSkin upper with Flyknit, making it the first low-cut Nike boot using a knitted upper. The tongue-less construction is retained for the Nike Hypervenom Phinish 3, although the four lowest lace holes have been replaced with loops - which are not blacked-out interestingly.



Inspired by the Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 and the Nike Hypervenom 1 and 2, the next-generation Hypervenom also introduces an all-new sole plate with chevron-shaped studs on the inside, while hexagonal studs replace the traditional conical studs. Two bladed studs are placed centrally at the front.

The Nike Hypervenom III will be launched for the first time in the first quarter of 2017 in a striking Electric Green colorway.

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