Since the launch of the Hypervenom Phantom in the beginning of the summer, the boot has marched forwards, winning the hearts of hordes of people, who have added the element of unpredictability to their game. It's popularity is now only rivaled by the Nike flagship, the Mercurial-silo. But how do the two boots compare to one and other, what are the differences and are there any similarities? - Find out in today's WebTV episode.

When the Nike Hypervenom Phantom was unveiled, there was lots of focus on the fact that the boot was made for “A New Breed of Attack” - a completely new type of striker. This is why the boot is very light, has a tight fit and is made to create space out of nothing.

The boot has rocketed to fame and stars like Neymar, Rooney, Ibrahimovic and Sneijder are all wearing the new Hypervenom to great effect.

One of the most frequently asked questions in connection with the launch has been, how the Hypervenom performs, when compared to the Mercurial Vapor IX. It bares quite a resemblance to the Hypervenom, with its low weight, a thin and supple upper, as well as having plenty of focus on speed.

But how do the boots get on, when they face off in a Hypervenom vs. Vapor IX battle. It's V12 vs. X1.1, Teijin OLM12 vs. NikeSKIN and fiberglass vs. nylon. Watch the episode above and hear Jakob's thoughts on the two boots.

If you want even more background knowledge on the many extra features, then remember to watch our new Behind the Boots-concept. Here we put on the boot-nerd hat and delve into great detail, with the things we did not cover in the original video and it is well worth the watch if you want to know everything there is to know.

Is the Hypervenom the boot for you? Then get your own pair right here – just €192.

Would you rather have the Nike Mercurial Vapor IX? Then look no further – just €192.

Two mammoth boots that both have great influence on the boot market today. What did you think of the comparison between the Vapor IX and Hypervenom – and which of the two boots do you prefer? Share your thoughts with us in the box down below the article, or join the debate on Twitter and Facebook.