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Nike Motion Blur FootballX Collection Revealed

Not only did Nike update its on-pitch football boot models with fresh new colorways for the last part of the season, the Swoosh also released a set of new paint jobs for its FootballX lineup. Whereas most recent FootballX collections closely resembled their cleated counterparts, it's a different case altogether for the Motion Blur pack.

Nike FootballX Motion Blur Pack

Below you can see the four prime models included in the Nike FootballX Motion Blur collection.



Nike MercurialX Proximo II Motion Blur

This is the Motion Blur colorway of the Nike MercurialX Proximo 2.


Quite possibly the best looking shoe from this collection for many boot aficionados, the Motion Nike MercurialX Proximo II combines different shades of red and pink with a white outsole and black Swooshes. As clean as it gets.

Also: Nike MercurialX Finale II

Nike MagistaX Proximo II Motion Blur

Below you can see the Nike MagistaX Proximo 2 Motion Blur soccer shoes.


Somewhat staying true to the whole idea behind this pack, the Nike MagistaX Proximo II Motion Blur colorway features a darker color for the base, while retaining the Volt accents and black Swooshes.

Also: Nike MagistaX Finale II

Nike HypervenomX Proximo II Motion Blur

This is the Motion Blur colorway of the Nike HypervenomX Proximo.


Where the outdoor version of the Hypervenom shines in a bright blue and white, the FootballX edition is much more reserved and combines navy with light grey, as well as black and white.

Also: Nike HypervenomX Finale II

Nike TiempoX Proximo Motion Blur

This is the Motion Blur edition of the Nike TiempoX Proximo.


More closely mirroring the look of the latest Tiempo Legend, the Motion Blur Nike TiempoX Proximo swaps white for grey, while keeping green and black for accents.

The Nike FootballX Motion Blur collection went on sale March 30th and is available to buy practically everywhere. They are all available in IN (indoor) and TF (turf) variants.

Let us know what you think - which of four models included in the latest Nike FootballX collection looks best? Comment below, and check out the Boot Calendar for more on the latest leaks.