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Why did Nike get rid of the Hypervenom?
However, Nike chose to discontinue the Nike Hypervenom Phinish from the third silo onwards due to confusion that the mid-cut version was better than the low-cut. The mid-cut version will be called “Hypervenom Phantom DF”.
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When did the Hypervenom Phantom 3 come out?
Go for the high-cut Phantom. Destined for glory, the deadliness of the new HyperVenom III will be sure to set a scoring standard on the grasses in Australia. Available on the 2nd of February in-store and online at Australia’s True Football destination.
Why did Nike come up with the Hypervenom?
The Nike Hypervenom is a response to the way the game is changing. Players want to be quicker, not just in a foot race, but quicker with the ball at their feet’. Want all of the best football deals straight to your inbox? Sign-up to FOOTY.COM I am over 16 and agree to receive marketing emails from FOOTY.COM.
How much does a Nike Hypervenom soccer shoe cost?
SPONSORED Nike Hypervenom 3 Elite DF FG, LT Crimson/Metallic Dark Grey, Sz 7.5 (AJ3803600) $220.00 or Best Offer SPONSORED Nike Hypervenom Phinish Leather Sg Pro, Black/Orange, Size 8.5 $200.00
Is the Nike Proximo similar to the Hypervenom Phantom?
The Proximo closely resembled the Hypervenom Phantom III and featured the added sock but instead had a different midsole, optimised for flatter surfaces. The Finale, which featured an upper more similar to the Hypervenom Phantom I, was the low-cut, high-end iteration designed for similar purposes.