Following the 2015 introduction of the Nike Women’s Cleat Pack, released prior to this year’s World Cup tournament, Nike unveils its latest collection of cleats designed explicitly for female players. The new pack, launching in early 2016, features new eye-popping colorways for each of the brand's four cleat types: Mercurial, Hypervenom, Magista and Tiempo.
“The pitch is where I like to express who I am. I’m a competitor to the fullest, but I like to do it in style,” says U.S. Women's National Team and Seattle Reign FC forward Megan Rapinoe. “I love to push the envelope, and this new cleat pack will bring individuality to players within the context of team play.”
The new Mercurial, worn by Megan Rapinoe, Sydney Leroux, Tobin Heath and Women's World Cup tournament hero Carli Lloyd, is built for speed and will debut on-pitch in Racer Blue and Bright Mango.
Forwards Alex Morgan and Christen Press will play in a new Energy, Racer Blue, Voltage Green Hypervenom II, a cleat designed for the world’s most agile attackers.
Ali Krieger and recently announced NWSL Golden Boot winner and MVP Crystal Dunn will wear a new Black and Bright Crimson Magista.
Julie Johnston will wear the all-new Tiempo. Images and details of the boot will be released in the coming months.
The new women’s cleat collection will be available in women’s sizes via the Nike Soccer App in early 2016 and will be at Nike stores, Nike.com and select retailers shortly afterwards. For more information about the current Women's Cleat Pack, which was worn during the Women's World Cup tournament, click here.