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- The Hypervenom Phade 3 Firm Ground uses a synthetic leather upper with 3D texture. This added detail functions to create friction between the ball and the shoe for better ball control. This results in a significant improvement in passing, dribbling, and shooting.
- For its inner construction, this soccer cleat utilizes soft textile that allows for proper movement of the foot. The material also works to give wearers a comfortable fit that molds to the contours of the foot. With minimal bulk, the foot will typically feel less congested and unrestrained even with the rather snug fit offered by the shoe.
- This model of the Hypervenom features a full TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) outsole. This type of sole unit is resistant to abrasion and offers much durability. For traction, a combination of chevron and conical studs deliver the needed grip and stability to move with ease on the firm ground pitch. This stud pattern is common to many Nike firm ground models, including the Nike Premier II Firm Ground.
The Hypervenom Phade 3 Firm Ground is available in the standard sizes for men and women. It has quite a narrow fit and runs a bit small. It features an asymmetrical lacing system that allows wearers to adjust the fit to their desired tightness. A standard tongue supplies some cushioning over the midfoot. On the other hand, the soft inner textile lining installed in the cleat serves to improve its overall fit and comfort.
On its base, this Hypervenom model highlights a TPU soleplate that is supple and scratch-resistant. Engineered specifically for firm ground surfaces, this low top cleat uses a stud pattern that combines chevron and conical cleats. This configuration is meant to supply the needed traction to perform with efficiency on natural grass pitches.
The upper of the firm ground version of the Hypervenom Phade 3 utilizes synthetic leather that molds to the natural structure of the wearer’s foot. It employs 3D texturing that helps increase responsiveness and enhances control of the ball. Meanwhile, an asymmetrical lacing system found in the midfoot expands the strike zone for better attacks.