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A Detailed Look at the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM “Volt”

July 11, 2014 BY / 3

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When the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM first showed up they did so without warning – the shoes arrived on the newly launched NikeLab website and were actually around for a good fifteen minutes before selling out. This time around though there’s a set release date, so the chances are a lot lower that you’ll be able to just log on and get lucky. They’re coming out tomorrow, and they will once again be an exclusive to NikeLab locations around the world. Browse the detailed imagery on the “Volt” Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM below and watch for @Nikestore to tweet out a link to them come Saturday.

Source: High Snobiety

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








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3 comments
EvilRamen
EvilRamen

This colorway is too much, what's next all red? I wish they did a grey or a navy

DocBill1
DocBill1

The grey heel kills it for me. It blends in too much with the midsole. 



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