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Ronaldo's new boots


These bad boys are the latest in the CR7 range, Cristiano Ronaldo’s collection for Nike.

The catchily-entitled CR Mercurial Vapor Superfly III, as well as being football boots, of course, have been designed to create a flickering effect on the pitch.

Not one to shrink in the face of attention, Ronaldo’s new kicks also feature an ‘adaptive traction system’, giving extra grip and responsiveness.

They also feature Nike’s Flywire technology in the boot’s upper, to create a better fit.

And as well as the boots, there’s a new pair of white sneakers too, the Gato CR7, and a range of t-shirts, training tops and shorts made with Nike’s Dri-FIT material, hoodies, a polo shirt and a jacket.

The Nike CR7 collection features designs that reflect Cristiano Ronaldo’s distinctive style on and off the pitch including a striking new Nike CR Mercurial Vapor Superfly III boot. www.facebook.com/cristiano



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