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Best Look Yet: Red Nike Mercurial Superfly VII 2020 Boots Leaked

Update: @gianlucad_21 has spotted the unreleased red Nike Mercurial Superfly boots in a store, giving us the best look at them so far.

Update: The red Nike Mercurial Superfly VII 2020 boots have been already spotted for sale in a US store. Thanks to @adripetitperez for the spot.

Nike's first 2020 on-pitch collection will bring bold and eye-catching designs, as shown by the boots we've seen from it so far - and the Mercurial is no different. Combining a red base with black accents, the new Nike Mercurial Superfly 7 cleats will be launched in February 2020.

Nike Mercurial Superfly VII Elite - Laser Crimson / Black

This is the Nike Mercurial Superfly VII Elite from the Swoosh's first 2020 pack.

The new Nike Mercurial football boots are predominantly 'laser crimson' with black accents. All of this is applied to a brand-new graphic style for the boot, the first major change since the debut of the current generation earlier this summer.

There's a racing-styled gradient on the lower side panels instead of the bold logo graphic that was used on the initial few colorways. In addition, there's a small rectangle with a 'MERC' writing, as well as the coordinates of the "Ronaldo Pitch" at Nike's global HQ in Beaverton, OR.

Tech-wise, the new Mercurial Superfly VII Elite boots from Nike are the same as all previous colorways. The Nike Mercurial Superfly 7 only brought small changes compared to its predecessor - check out a full overview of its features below.

Nike Mercurial Superfly VII - Features

  • Low-profile Dynamic Fit collar
  • Microtexturized Flyknit upper with NikeSkin overlay
  • ACC (All Conditions Control)
  • Podular sole plate system with an internal chassis
  • Swoosh design on the toe has a matte finish to help provide traction on the ball
  • Colorway: Laser Crimson / Black
  • Price: USD 300 (EUR 290, GBP 250)
  • Release date: February 2020

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