Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly Elite (Carbon Fibre)-Prodirect Soccer- £119.99!! (£219.95 at Nike)
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Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly Elite (Carbon Fibre)-Prodirect Soccer- £119.99!! (£219.95 at Nike)

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Found 9th Jan 2011
Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly Elites (Cactus/White/black), the ones with the carbon fibre footplate are £119.99 which is £155 off the original price (£274.99) and £100 less than the official nike store sale price (£219.95)!!

Here is the nike store: store.nike.com/gb/…_UK Just if anyone wants proof of price!

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Wow, if you buy these you are a mugg, pure and simple.

In my experience:
Less comfortable than other boots
Last a shorter amount of time
Are less protective
Gains from the "advaned materials" etc are minimal.

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Jetpac

Wow, if you buy these you are a mugg, pure and simple.In my … Wow, if you buy these you are a mugg, pure and simple.In my experience:Less comfortable than other bootsLast a shorter amount of timeAre less protectiveGains from the "advaned materials" etc are minimal.


Which vapors did you have?

If the tops are carbon fibre this is finally an interesting prospect, hopefully makes them far stronger. Ive had every set of vapours so far (Im not that rich, there overly expensive, im just sponsered) however Jetpac is right about the early vapours, they were too weak for english football, and especially for me playing rugby. However i do like the shoeless feeling.

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Mp2609

If the tops are carbon fibre this is finally an interesting prospect, … If the tops are carbon fibre this is finally an interesting prospect, hopefully makes them far stronger. Ive had every set of vapours so far (Im not that rich, there overly expensive, im just sponsered) however Jetpac is right about the early vapours, they were too weak for english football, and especially for me playing rugby. However i do like the shoeless feeling.


It's just the soleplate that is carbon fibre, and I wouldn't say these were ideal rugby boots mind

jj15

Which vapors did you have?



Never owned a pair, but have worn them before, have friends who had them and have studied football boots their "advances" and also the increases in metatarsal injuries in the modern game and contributing factors.

After everything ive learned and have seen i have found that boots in the 25-35 quid range tend to be the best whilst having enough variety to find some that fit well.

My main problem with them is the massive claims they make about how it improves your game and the difference to shot power and accuracy.. its all bull. the improvements only add up to fractions of a percent if any at all. Its very clever marketing do yourself a favour and dont fall for it.

Original Poster

Hmm £155 off the original price and £100 off Nikes own price, yet it still goes cold, shame can't win on this site sometimes

Mp2609

If the tops are carbon fibre this is finally an interesting prospect, … If the tops are carbon fibre this is finally an interesting prospect, hopefully makes them far stronger. Ive had every set of vapours so far (Im not that rich, there overly expensive, im just sponsered) however Jetpac is right about the early vapours, they were too weak for english football, and especially for me playing rugby. However i do like the shoeless feeling.



If the tops of them were carbon fibre they would most likely break after a few kicks.

jj15

Hmm £155 off the original price and £100 off Nikes own price, yet it s … Hmm £155 off the original price and £100 off Nikes own price, yet it still goes cold, shame can't win on this site sometimes



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