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Nike Phantom GX 2 Elite

AG Low-Top Soccer Cleats

$260

Obsessed with perfecting your craft? We made this for you. In the middle of the storm, with chaos swirling all around you, you’ve calmly found the final third of the field, thanks to your uncanny mix of on-ball guile and grace. Go finish the job in the Phantom GX 2 Elite. Revolutionary Nike Gripknit covers the striking area of the cleat while Nike Cyclone 360 traction helps guide your unscripted agility. We design Elite cleats for you and the world’s biggest stars to give you high-level quality, because you demand greatness from yourself and your footwear.

  • Shown: Black/Black
  • Style: FJ2554-001

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Reviews (1)

5 Stars

  • Fantastic Boots for Wide Footers!

    CoryS299604899 - Feb 08, 2024

    As someone with wide feet, I was certainly disappointed with Nike's direction of the Tiempo line, and I had believed my access to good AG outsoles (because Nike makes the best AG plates, period) was over. Thankfully, the GX 2 fills the void left by the Tiempo line for us wide footed ballers. While the toebox tapers quite a bit (Nike, if you could make your boots a bit more anatomical, we'd appreciate it), and they were pretty snug right out of the box, these break-in very nicely after a couple of training sessions and feel like a pair of sticky socks with studs. The grip isn't super noticiable when passing or shooting, but very noticeable when dribbling or controling the ball. They're not Mercurial tight and responsive, a bit more of a relaxed fit. For those complaining about the Cyclone 360 soleplate should get these instead, much less aggressive underfoot and works well on both AG and FG (as long as the grass isn't too wet). They are difficult to get on at first, but it becomes a bit easier as the boots stretches and molds to your feet. Honestly, probably my favorite Nike boot since the original Magista Obra. Only word of caution is the sizing: they run a quarter size long. If you already have more than a thumbnail's width of space at the toes, or you have narrow feet, might want to consider going down half a size. However, if you have wide feet like me, true to size is best.