Mercurial Reviews, Nike Soccer Reviews — April 30, 2013 at 12:44 pm

Nike Mercurial Veloce AG (Artificial Grass) Review

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Nike Mercurial Veloce AG (Artificial Grass) Review

The major issue that I have with so many synthetic takedown model soccer shoes is the quality of the upper, but the Mercurial Veloce AG does not have this problem. The upper is made from premium Teijin synthetic, very similar to what you’ll find on the top end Vapor 9. From right out of the box the synthetic is nice and flexible, making for a shoe that requires very little break-in time. You’ll also notice that the inside of the shoe is lined with a thin mesh-like material, which makes for a more comfortable fit, but it does take away a little bit from the barefoot-feel.

 

Joshua Vujovic (1051 Posts)

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