Nike are re-releasing their famous 'Hypervenom' football boots

Nike have once again gone all nostalgic on us after confirming that they are re-releasing the classic Hypervenom boots.

The original boot was released way back in 2013 and was an instant hit among players and fans alike, with Neymar famously donning a pair at the 2014 World Cup

This time around, the cleats will be known as Nike Phantom Vision 2 ‘Future DNA Hypervenom’ Edition and they look absolutely stunning.

Nike took to their official Instagram account this morning to write: “Past classic. Future precision. The Future DNA series links up legendary colorways with modern tech to create 4 limited edition mashups.

“First up: the 2013 Hypervenom meets the Phantom Vision 2 to make the Nike Phantom Vision 2 ‘Future DNA Hypervenom’.”

“Catch them on the feet of rising stars like @kaihavertz29 and @stanwaygeorgia and keep an eye out for the next future classic. We’re dropping one every Friday in March.”

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The boots look absolutely stunning, with Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz modelling them in Nike’s ad.

Germany’s rising star also debuted the boots during Leverkusen’s DFB Pokal match against Union Berlin yesterday evening.

The boot features a classic black and orange colour scheme with a skull and crossbones graphic to indicate an attacking on-pitch style to opposing players.

They’re going to absolutely fly off the shelves, aren’t they?

With three more limited edition boots to come in the series, Nike are delivering for football lovers once again in 2020.

The updated Hypervenom boots are expected to cost around £230, which is a tad steep, but at least an investment will be rewarded with beauty.

We cannot wait to see the other three classic boots brought out by Nike as part of the ‘Remaster Pack’ in the coming weeks!

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