Unlock the blueprint for speed with the Nike Mercurial Superfly 8 Academy. Colour-blocking at the sides and forefoot highlights key areas for precise dribbling, passing and shooting. We added a grippy texture throughout the upper to help you take total control of the game.
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Delon - 14 May 2022
A weekend to remember! Today I received my Mercurial Superfly 8 Academy MG Multi-Ground Soccer Cleats! Color ( Chlorine Blue / Laser Orange). The word Laser gives me the idea that precision and quality are involved in this project. This soccer shoe was designed for peek performance. After a few workout drills. I was in the zone. The Mercurial Superfly 8 I honestly must say was comfortable, lightweight, Stylish, durable & affordable. Comments : Comfortable to wear throughout practice and game sessions. Lightweight engineered for speed and control. Stylish modern designs concept and durable leather and fabrics create a unique look. No changes on this one for me. It's perfect!
Kingpach - 14 May 2022
This shoe is comfortable to wear and feels good to play in. Used these with a couple buddies of mine when we played football and they felt great. The color way of these and design is dope also. I would recommend these
BT214 - 09 Apr 2022
These cleats meet a majority of the basic requirements needed for field play/training, but do lack some features of making it a "top tier" product. I'll break down a few features of my experience in them: Fit: These do run fairly narrow and would recommend going up half a size. My foot is an average width and my true size is 11. In Nike's, I usually wear an 11.5 or 12 and the 11.5 was just a tad narrow along the sides of my upper foot where the ball joints align. The toe box is also pretty narrow as well and while my toes had just enough room, If your toes tend to widen out even just a little, you will have some discomfort. There is a decent amount of support in the heel to keep your foot locked in despite the sock-like upper which is a plus. There was also adequate room for the arch of my foot, but again, if your foot is even somewhat wide in width, I'd get the half size up. Design: I'd say the highlights of the shoe do appear in its design. It has a very light, low-profile design with a sock like upper which gives some breathability and increased mobility. The upper is pretty flexible and has a lot of "give" which helped me since it was a narrow cleat. The stiffness in the heel does help keep the foot locked in place to offset the increased mobility from the upper, although I do wish it came up a little bit higher. If you have ankle issues or a tendency for twists/sprains, it might not be the pair for you. Feel: Because of the low profile, it does provide a lot of ground feel and precision which can be a pro or con for some. Because there is a lack of cushioning and you feel pretty much all impact from the ground, I wasn't a fan. Spikes provided adequate grip and didn't have any problems with traction. Overall, I think this was an average pair of soccer cleats. I typically use soccer cleats to play flag football and field workouts and while this did get the job done, I think improvements can definitely be made in comfort with some sort of minimal cushioning and a little bit more heel stability to be universal among athletes. If you enjoy feeling the field and playing with a light-weight pair, I think this would be a solid pair to get.