But the upper isn’t the only thing, that’s new about the Tiempo Legend 8! Nike has also added the more or less new Quadfit Mesh, which you also can experience in the popular Phantom Vision silo. The Quadfit Mesh is basically an inner layer of mesh, that wraps your foot inside the boot, so you get the possible stability and a safe lockdown – a thing that could help you avoid some pretty annoying injuries. To give you an even better grip in the boot, Nike has also incorporated their popular NikeGrip technology in the insole, which will prevent you from slipping around inside the boot, so you can play at your highest level.
Flyknit is a must on a Nike football boot and that’s no exception on the new Tiempo Legend 8, as the tongue on the boot is made from Flyknit, which is kind of similar to the previous Tiempo Legend 7 boot. The Flyknit area on the boot offers breathability, elasticity and support, which makes your experience with the boot even more comfortable, which can’t be compared, as our foot and boot will be melted together into one. Lastly the Tiempo Legend 8 comes with the Hyperstability outsole – made from pebax material, which is designed to let you move and make shift in direction easily when you’re at high pace.
What’s not to like from Nikes latest launch of the Tiempo Legend 8? Well – Nike has one more thing up their sleeves, and that’s that the launch includes two colourways. The blackout colourway features a classic black upper and soleplate, while the Nike swoosh hasn’t got a cool blue colour. The whiteout colourway is completely the opposite with each clean white upper and soleplate, while a stunning iridescent Nike Swoosh finish the design. Both colourways are available at Unisport from From today, while the white collection is exclusively available at Unisport.
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