Nike All Conditions Control Technology

September 27, 2012 BY

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“You can’t dictate the elements, but you can defy them.”

Nike has offered All Conditions Gear for nearly a quarter-century, and today we have word of a new kind of weather-ready ‘boots’ with a strikingly similar name. The output is entirely different for Nike All Conditions Control, though, as instead of climbing mountains and bounding over boulders as in the case of ACG, Nike ACC is all about improving your mastery over the soccer ball in soggy environments. These styles are sure to take off in places like England where nearly a third of the year is filled with rainfall, and with the newest models in established series including the Nike Mercurial Vapor VIII, CR360 Maestri III, Total 90 Laser IV and Tiempo Legend IV adding ACC technology starting October 15th, you’ll be able to “maintain the same level of friction, touch and control on the ball in [just about all] conditions.”

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