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Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM “Volt”

July 10, 2014 BY / 6

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The Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM isn’t done just yet. While the sneakers at first appeared to be a one-off in terms of colorways, like so many other HTM releases before them, there is indeed another one along the way. Shown here is that pair, which stands in stark opposition to that first pair with its supercharged volt colorway. They’re on the way soon – NikeLab locations as well as the online NikeLab portal will have them this Saturday, July 12th. Tell us in the comments if you’re hoping to purchase and then see if you can catch the first pair on eBay.

Source: Style.com

Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM “Volt”
Release Date:
07/12/14

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6 comments
PelleKruse
PelleKruse

Do Antonio know What time the release is?

DocBill1
DocBill1

Should have had a black swoosh and black or dark grey heel support. Pass for me. 

yungsherman
yungsherman

they're cool i guess but the grey leather piece is yuck.



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