Nike has continued its Future DNA series of boots by mixing 2002’s Air Zoom Total 90 II with the latest Phantom VNM technology technology. The new design sees the return of the original black, white and red colorway, as well as the 2002 boot’s focus on power and precision for attacking players.
One of the stand-out new additions to the silhouette is the Precision Pwr strike zone on the instep, with 13 ridges set at specific angles and ascending heights. This new technology helps the player keep the ball down, as well as providing bite on the surface.
The boot is the latest release from the Future DNA series, following the PhantomVSN 2 Hypervenom and the Mercurial Vapor Future DNA Mercurial that both arrived earlier this month.
The Nike Phantom VNM Future DNA T90 is available now from the Nike web store.
In other footwear news, Nike recently introduced the Free Run 5.0 silhouette.