Nike To Discontinue Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boots

Nike will ditch one version of the Nike Hypervenom football boot silo with the launch of the next-gen Nike Hypervenom III. There will be 'just' four different Hypervenom versions from 2017 (Phantom, Phatal, Phelon, Phade)...



Nike to Release No More Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boots

These are the six different models of the second-gen Nike Hypervenom.



After Nike launched the second-gen Nike Hypervenom soccer boot, the brand not only introduced the Dynamic Fit collar to the silo, but also introduced a new Hypervenom model. Whereas the high-cut Nike Hypervenom boot was known as Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2, the low-cut but cutting-edge Nike Hypervenom II football shoe was renamed as Nike Hypervenom Phinish to distinguish both boots.

However, as players were quite irritated as the Hypervenom Phinish was actually the proceeder of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom I and as both boots are actually the same apart from the collar, the Swoosh decided to rebrand the boots again. So from 2017, the high-cut Nike Hypervenom top model will be known as 'Nike Hypervenom Phantom III DF (Dynamic Fit collar)', while the low-cut Nike Hypervenom top model returns to its original name (Nike Hypervenom Phantom III).


Chamberlain already trained in the next-gen low-cut Nike Hypervenom boot, which will be known as 'Nike Hypervenom Phantom III'

Close-up with Chamberlain's low-cut Hypervenom boot, which is the same as the high-cut version except the Dynamic Fit collar

Do you think it's better to promote the cutting-edge low-cut Nike Hypervenom boot as Nike Hypervenom Phantom and not as Hypervenom Phinish? Let us know in the comments section below.