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*Update! The Mercurial Vapor VI is available to order now!*

If your Christmas budget can’t quite run to the Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly, then how about investing around £130 (or £116.99 this weekend only) in the Vapor V, which now has now been released in two further colourways.

vapor v yellow black gold

Available on pre-order now, the Yellow / Black Gold and White / Pink Flash / Black versions will be available for retail sale in the first week of January next year.

Both look they could rival the success had in it’s last colourway, the hugely successful'  Orion Blue / Metallic Silver / Dark Obsidian.

At £95 less than the Superfly, which has also been released in these colourways, the Vapor V uses much of the same technology and comes in at a very respectable 230g.

vapor v white pink flash black

The Vapor V is built around Nike Flywire – a revolutionary construction method that uses super-light filaments to help make the boot strong and light.

It features an ultra-light Teijin synthetic upper that adjusts to the shape of your foot for total comfort. And its carbon composite outer works with direct-injected studs to race-tune your acceleration.

yellow black gold vapor v

Nike Mercurial Vapor V Tech Specs

A lightweight performance product built for speed.


• Soft, supple Teijin synthetic leather adjusts to the foot shape
• Contoured speed last mirrors the foot shape
• Lace cover increases ball contact area


• Revolutionary internal chassis creates instant acceleration
• Contoured sockliner with EVA inserts reduces studs pressure


• Direct injected heel studs for weight reduction
• Vapor forefoot plate with multi directional traction pattern

white pink flash black vapor v

Weight: 230g

UK sizes: 6 – 12

Pre-order: Now

Retail sale: 7th January Rate it: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars6 Stars7 Stars8 Stars9 Stars10 Stars (3 votes, average: 5.00 out of 10)


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  1. says: KickSprint45

    Does anyone know why you can’t customise the Vapor V or Superfly?

    Adidas let you customise the Predators, Adipure II & F50i!

  2. says: Rasheed

    To KickSprint45,

    I know Nike ID lets you customize the Mercurial Talarias. My guess is that it would be too expensive for Nike to custom manufacture the parts for the higher end Mercurials, particularly the Superflys. There probably isn’t enough demand for customized $350 boots.

  3. says: mememe

    Nike doesnt let you customize these kind of boots because Nike Top Range boots are hand made!, (well half the process is hand made), some in China a few others in Italy and Adidas Top Range boots are all made in the same way than the rest(production line), they just make a few adjustments in the pieces to match your design there for the 50 extra for choosing the colors….Nike would have to charge more than 100 extra in Top range Boots because the hand made work part of the process would take forever…

  4. says: azeem

    i agree with mememe whatver the names is but this colourways its a bit suck.hmm it seems better at superfly’s i dont know why but its seems like that. but i’ll try it for next year though.

  5. says: martincillo

    nice response mememe !!!!!!!!
    for that reason are too expensive the nike id boots 🙁

    in other point… two colors in one hit, wow nike will make lot of money this Xmas.

  6. says: vaporfanatic

    im deff. buying the yellow ones
    i saw them yesterday and they looked very good and also because everybody is getting the white pink ones.

    i saw the yellow ones alot yesterday (on tv offcourse 🙂 )but i didnt see the white pink ones . Why is that !?!

  7. says: Matt

    i just bought the Nike Mercurial Vapor V Orion Blue/Silver in soft ground. So now i have to wait for my Red Vapor V’s to blow out before i can get those white/pink ones.

  8. says: Kaan

    vaporfanatic the pink ones r like the charcoal orange vapor iv’s. hardly any players wore them and all users were using the citron colourway

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