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Nike have launched the 'Euphoria' pack for Champions League and Nations League

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Nike have officially released a new 'Euphoria Pack' of football boots before the end of the season.

Contracted players will sport the new designs during the Champions League semi-finals and final, while international stars will also use them in the Copa America and UEFA Nations League.

Considering Nike have the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Eden Hazard and Harry Kane on their books, football fans will be seeing plenty of the new designs over the summer.

The name 'Euphoria' is somewhat apt considering so many players are chasing that very feeling at this stage of the season and Nike have added a fresh splash to four of their templates.

The Mercurial, Tiempo, PhantomVNM & VSN ranges have all been given a new look for the climax of the 2018-19 season.

Nike's new 'Euphoria' collection

Nike's new collection comes on the back of their Mercurial Superfly 360 'LVL UP' release earlier in the month, as well as their decision to revamp the famous T90 Laser series.

This latest pack will hit the shelves on April 18 and will replace the collection from New Year, which players will wear up until the Champions League quarter-finals reach their conclusion.

So, without further ado, we're going to run through what Nike have to offer with the 'Euphoria' pack and they've delivered some absolute beauties.

PhantomVSN

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Taking a rush of white paint from below, Nike have released this mid-collared boot with a strong 'Racer Blue' hue inhabiting the top side of the silo.

Dropping a four pack of boots in two colourways may seem odd, particularly when each silo could have contrasted, but allows Nike to showcase even more designs in the biggest matches.

Mercurial

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While the PhantomVNM & VSN has become an established double-act in the Nike roster, the Mercurial and Tiempo designs have now made for an unlikely duo in the latest release.

The boots share a 'Total Orange' base for the new collection, with Vapor and Superfly ready to be worn by world stars including Neymar, Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappe.

PhantomVNM

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There's no missing the strong 'Racer Blue' design to Nike's latest Phantom - just the second on-pitch Venom - with a blast of white colliding with the silo from the rear.

The design will likely remind football fans of the Euro 2012 'Clash Collection' and will replace the 'Game Over' pack that has been worn by VNM players since the turn of the year.

Tiempo Legend 7

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Perhaps the safest looking boot in the collection, Nike have reined in their use of the 'Total Orange' colour and have limited this addition to the very heel of the silo.

Nike are now down to just one lo-cut option - the Mercurial Vapor, which features in the 'Euphoria' pack - in light of the Magista and Hypervenom collections becoming defunct.

Which boots from the collection are your favourites? Have your say in the comments section below.

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