The white upper receives a subtle all-over safari print and a classic bold black swoosh complete ALL CONDITIONS CONTROL stamp, nodding to the boot’s famed abilities. The print, which takes cues from the Nike Safari of 1987 and a Mercurial boot from 2010, provides a subtle base to the boot’s standout graphic. A combination of safari, silverware, cheetah, galaxy, gold and lava-inspired patterns are blended with neon hues of yellow, pink and orange, metallics and volt to provide a toe box band, which is carried to the top of the tongue for another small highlight.
The patten also flows underneath the boot, adding a pop of color to the “Clear/Black” cleats, and wraps up to the heel of the shoe. Finished with black Mercurial branding, the 360 Superfly “LVL UP” will be available on March 31 from Nike and select stockists.
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