Today, I’m lacing up and trying out the Nike ‘lock-in let loose’ pack that looks extremely fresh and also introduces the Nike Tiempo Legend 7. plus in the end of the video I’m giving away a pair a superfly 5’s. The Lock-in let loose Pack is designed around the thought of first lacing up and locking your foot in for a wild ride after which you’ll let go of all boundaries and just explode on the pitch where you’ll play naturally, letting your instincts do the talking It’s about releasing the killer instincts inside you, so the warning colours aren’t for you It’s for your opponent, because he better watch out! And to help me out trying the boots I bought my buddy PWG. Let’s lock and load The first boot in the pack is the Nike Tiempo Legend 7 which is full to the brim with innovation. There’s the flyknit heel and of course, the flyknit tongue and an even softer leather than on the Tiempo Legend 6 because of this new, more prominent foam construction in short It’s made to be elegant. And from my first impression it is solid step up from the Tiempo Legend 6 with a more plush, personal and roomy fit. A higher comfort, and a really soft, elegant, padded touch on the ball Of course the Superfly 5 will always run away with the headlines and the same thing goes for this pack I mean, look at it! But what you will get with the Superfly 5 is the most narrow and locked in boot of the whole pack, and that is because of this really thin, tight flyknit upper and the anatomical sole plate. Because this combination will give you a razor-sharp touch on the ball, and really make you feel fast and on your toes so you can let your instincts take over. But despite the Superfly 5 looking really good the best looking boot in the pack is the Hypervenom 3 in my opinion. Especially the low cut variation. Now the Hypervenom 3 is built to make defenders shake in their pants whenever you’re near the goal. Performance wise it will give you the softest upper of the pack and a really great, accommodating fit even for wide footed people, also it’s a lot of fun to move around in because you get this adaptive lockdown that really follows the shape of your foot wherever it goes. Plus, it’s a lot of fun to strike with. Lastly there’s the boot made for the creative players. The Nike Magista Obra 2. You get a pretty soft textured feel on the ball thanks to the knitted 3D bumps and the soft foam on the inside. And if you’re looking for that padded, elegant feel with a good amount of grip, it is a pretty good option it is a pretty wide boot, the Magista, and takes a bit of time to break in. But if you have to patience, it will end up being pretty comfortable. For me, the ‘lock in let loose’ pack has a bit to live up to coming after ‘motion blur’ which to be honest was one of my favourite Nike packs in a while. But it does a good job, it looks dangerous and actually it’s growing on me a lot, especially the low-cut Hypervenom 3. And I also gotta say, the Magista Obra 2 looks really really good. But I’d love to know what you guys think, if you let me know what your favourite Nike pack of 2017 is. And make sure that you are subscribed by hitting the green bubble over my head, one of you lucky guys can win a Nike Mercurial Superfly 5. Also, make sure that you leave me like if you had a good time and spread the word by sharing the video with your friends. With that said, signing off. Cheerio!
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