CHAT WITH THE DESIGNER OF THE NIKE T90 LASER!

Between Twitter, Facebook and the main site, we get a hundreds of questions thrown at us a month about football boots.

Nike T90 Laser Football Boots

Why are they made out of a certain material? How do they decide the best place for a strike zone? Why has a player changed silos? How do they decide on a new colourway?

Now, between us and the guys on the Ask Geeks, we can do out best to answer your questions, but sometimes a question pops up that only someone who worked on the boots themselves could answer.

Which is exactly why Nike have put together a series of exclusive designer chats with the brains behind your favourite Nike football boots!

Tuesday saw a session with Andy Caine – who has spoken to Footy-Boots.com many times before – chatting about the Superfly III and the rest of the Mercurial range.

Andy fielded questions, like a boss – telling readers exactly why the Mercurial range is made the way it is, how to take the best care of your Superfly III‘s and even giving some hints about when we can expect the next Vapor (Next year, by the way…)!


Tonight’s promises to be even better! Doug Wilken – one of the brains behind the Nike T90 Laser – is set to field questions on Nike’s signature Power & Accuracy football boots.

Given that the Laser is one of Nike’s most technologically detailed shoes, with features like Memory Foam, Silicon Pods and Rubber Fins, there should be plenty to ask about!

Our friends at Nike even hinted that – if asked the right questions – Doug might even have some exclusive info on the upcoming Nike T90 Laser IV!

So, if you fancy yourself as an expert interviewer, or just someone with some burning questions about Nike’s currently longest-serving football boots, you have no reason not to be on the Nike Football Facebook Page – Tonight between 5pm-6pm (GMT)!

 

 


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