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Compare Nike Hypervenom 2 - Nike Hypervenom Phantom II vs Phinish vs Phatal II DF vs Phelon II vs Phade II

Released two weeks ago, the all-new Nike Hypervenom II Boots are still making the headlines, as Neymar is ready to give the new Nike Hypervenom Phantom 2 a run-out in the UEFA Champions League final this Saturday.
We are almost ready to move on, but first we want to give you the most in-depth comparison possible of all six versions that are available of the second generation of the Nike Hypervenom.


With the Nike Hypervenom II, Nike introduces the Dynamic Fit collar, known from the Mercurial Superfly and Magista Obra boots, to the Hypervenom, bringing with it improved fit as well as the iconic look of the higher collar.

Additionally, the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II, available for 275 USD (275 Euro, 230 GBP), got a new textured NikeSkin upper with added Flywire strings in the midfoot part of the boot for increased stability and lockdown.

A new entry in the Nike Hypervenom family, the new Nike Hypervenom Phinish Boot is maybe the rightful heir to the first-generation Nike Hypervenom Cleats. The Nike Hypervenom Phinish comes with a traditional sockliner, as well as a textured NikeSkin upper with ACC and Flywire technologies for improved control under all conditions and a better lockdown of the feet.

The soleplate of the Hypervenom Phinish is identical to that of the first-generation Hypervenom in terms of construction and stud alignment, making it a safe choice for fans of the first generation.

Available for 130 USD (110 Euro, 110 GBP), the Nike Hypervenom Phatal II is the first alternative to the Hypervenom Phinish. The Hypervenom Phatal II Boots come without NikeSkin or ACC, but still include Flywire strings in the midfoot area. A thicker upper material, called Mirage, is used for the Nike Hypervenom Phatal II Football Boots.


Nike also revealed the all-new Nike Hypervenom Phatal II DF (Dynamic Fit) Boots, the first-ever Nike boots to include a Dynamic Fit collar for less than 200 USD. Other than the higher collar, the Nike Hypervenom Phatal II DF Cleat is technologically identical to the regular Nike Hypervenom Phatal II.

The Nike Hypervenom Phelon II Boot retails,while including the split-toe agility soleplate of the more high-end Nike Hypervenom Cleats, it does feature the thicker Trophy synthetic upper and does not include Flywire tech.

Nike Hypervenom Phade II Boot is the cheapest model of the Nike Hypervenom 2 Cleat line. The Hypervenom Phade II Boots come without most of the features of the editions leaning towards the higher end of the scale and is the only Nike Hypervenom 2 version that comes without the iconic split-toe sole plate.

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