Harry Kane Shows Off All-New Next-Gen Low-Cut Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 Boots

Tottenham's Harry Kane has become the next player to train in the much anticipated next-gen low-cut Nike Hypervenom Phantom III soccer boots after Bayern München's Thiago and Arsenal's Oxlade-Chamberlain were already spotted testing Nike's next-gen Hypervenom boots, even though we back then thought they would be called Nike Hypervenom Phinish III cleats


Harry Kane Trains in Blackout / Orange Next-Gen, Low-Cut Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 Cleats

Close-up with Kane's boots.



Kane's boots are not totally blacked-out but feature striking orange details around the laces, highlighting one of the main innovations of the boots (loops instead of holes for the laces). The low-cut Hypervenom Phantom III football boots comes with almost the same features as the high-cut Hypervenom 3, the Hypervenom Phantom III DF (Dynamic Fit collar).


The Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 boot features a ultra flexible full-Flyknit upper, a tongue-less construction with the four lower lace holes replaced by loops for even more lockdown.

The next-generation Hypervenom also introduces an all-new sole plate with chevron-shaped studs on the inside, with hexagonal studs that replace the traditional conical studs as well as two bladed studs in the front.

What do you think of the low-cut Nike Hypervenom Phantom III, which are no more called Phinish but just Hypervenom Phantom? Let us know in the comments section below.