Designed for the fastest athletes in football, the second edition of the Nike Vapor Carbon Fly has gotten even quicker.
Zero-space upper design creates a streamlined, aerodynamic fit for smoking fast movements.
Flywire technology for lockdown support that doesn't slip during cuts.
Dual-density sockliner in the midsole includes Zoom Air™ for dense, responsive cushioning.
Outsole is made of Pebax® and carbon fiber for a combination of midfoot stiffness and toe flexibility.
Molded TD cleat pattern is strong enough to grip, even in the toughest conditions.
Good for both natural and synthetic surfaces.
Wt. 10.4 oz.
Breathe deep with the Nike Max Intake Mouthguard. This sculpted, dual-density, dual-shot mouthguard features a load of technologies to improve comfort and performance. The low-profile and patented O-Flow breathing channel enhances respiration. Drainage Channels and stabilizer blocks make this mouthguard very comfortable to wear. Two-tone for style. Strap receiver. Includes a $12,500 manufacturer dental warranty. One size fits most.
I was wanting to know since it had the "Intake" on the bottom.
2 years, 7 months ago
Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly TD - Men's
This lightweight cleat has Nike's smart design elements like Flywire and Zoom Air™ for the fastest athletes in the game. The Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly football cleat has an integrated dynamic tongue for ultimate lockdown and Nike Flywire technology for maximum support and minimal weight. Flywire is composed of ultra-thin nylon threads that are designed to add the same amount of support as a standard upper but at a fraction of the weight. Reduced weight means more of the muscle action on the field is going towards your game than towards the effort of lifting the cleat off the ground. A Zoom Air™ unit in the midsole offers responsive cushioning. The injected Pebax® frame has a carbon fiber insert for ultimate response and propulsion. That carbon fiber insert gives more support to the lightweight Pebax® to drive your stride. With a weight of only 9.9 ounces, this molded cleat is poised to make you fly on the field.
If you use these cleats for practice and games will the spikes wear down a lot and make the cleats useless? Should the spikes easily last a season??