Leaked: Next-Gen Nike Mercurial Takedown Boots Feature ACC

Lower-tier Nike football boot models will feature Nike ACC for the first time ever with the launch of the next-generation Nike Mercurial football boot, we can reveal. The first takedown Nike football boots with All Conditions Control (ACC) technology are set to be released this week.



Nike's All Conditions Control technology was introduced in 2012. Nike ACC technology allows the boot's surface to maintain the same level of friction, touch and control on the ball in wet and dry conditions. The ACC benefit is created by a special treatment during the development of the upper materials to deliver a consistent feel on the ball at all times.


Second-Best Lower-Tier Nike Mercurial Boots to Feature All Conditions Control technology

The second-tier Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Pro model will feature Nike's ACC technology.


Both second-best low-top (Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Pro) and high-top (Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Pro) next-generation Nike Mercurial football boots will feature Nike ACC technology, just as the high-end next-generation Nike Mercurial 2018 football boots (Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Elite & Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Elite).


You may be wondering why the models are called Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Pro and Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Elite and may be asking if they are all-new models. No, they are not all-new models but were previously known as Nike Mercurial Veloce. Find out more about Nike's new boot names.

Whereas the second-tier Nike Mercurial 2018 soccer cleat models will feature Nike All Conditions Control technology, the even cheaper versions will come without Nike's cutting-edge upper finish material.

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