In the follow up to their highly-successful ‘T-5’ Range of specialist 5-a-side shoes, Nike have unleashed an entirely new Nike5 range just in time for the winter!

Nike5 Bomba Finale 5-a-side football boots

First up is the excellently-named Nike5 Bomba Finale, which is designed for use on Artificial Turf pitches, the kind that you’d play on in most 5-a-side centres.

Some stand-out features for us are the low-profile AG studs at the toe end of these specialist football boots, for swift acceleration and sharp turns.

Couple this with the hefty Silicon shot-shield on the instep and we think these are the downright meanest-looking pair of 5’s trainers around!

Here’s the full list of features Nike5 Bomba Finale
– Shape correction Shot Shield advances true low-trajectory striking
CTR360 inspired in-step area enhances touch for fast distribution
– Protective rubberized screen provides durability and strength in high-impact zone
– Evolved forefront AG TPU traction technology increase toe acceleration and plant foot stability
– New rubber turf pattern provides underfoot ball control and stability
– £74.99

Nike5 Elastico Finale

These eel-like creations are named after Ronaldinho’s signature move; the Elastico. These Nike5 Elastico Finale‘s are designed for indoor, court or Caneta pitches, and are more light and flexible than you ever thought a sport shoe could be.

The sole of these barely-football boots extend into the arch of the foot, to form a CTR360 style pass-pad that hugs the contours of the foot to give an optimum feel for the ball.

Nike5 Elastico Finale

– Revolutionary outsole technology enhances underfoot ball control in all directions
– Full transition lightweight outsole increases 360 degree ball control while enhancing touch for quick distribution
– Anatomically contoured barefoot construction provides a lightweight fit
– Forefoot debosed dots work with the Kanga-Lite synthetic leather upper to provide a soft touch, while amplifying touch under more impact
– £74.99

Nike5 Lunargato

And rounding off the range are these slightly more normal-looking Nike5 LunarGato‘s.

Looking more like what we’ve come to expect from a pair of 5-a-side football boots, the Nike5 LunarGato is designed for tough gravel-pitches and the streets.

The ‘Lunar’ name will be familiar to those who are familiar with Nike’s acclaimed running shoes, and it’s no co-incidence that it crops up here too.

The Nike5 LunarGato utilises the same Lunarlon platform sole, for comfort and mid-foot stability over the course of the game

Nike5 LunarGato

– Lunarlon platform technology, tuned specifically for the small sided game, maximizes balance stability, support and cushioning
– New Gum Rubber outsole design provides traction, flexibility and underfoot ball control
– Forefront leather upper cushions ball impact enhancing touch and control
– Seamless no-sew system increases comfort and flexibility
– Protective rubberized screen provides durability and strength in high-impact zones
– £44.99

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  1. says: Geo

    I had a pair of the first T-7’s that came out and they have been the most comfortable indoor shoe i’ve ever played in. I was told that nike would no longer be making the T-7’s though and just stayed with the 5 range which was a shame because the ones I own are K-Leather and they are so comfortable!

  2. says: Duncan Keogh

    first one is like the laser
    the second looks almost excatly like the new ctr360 ii that are coming
    and the third look like joggers

  3. says: Pablo

    I need some advice, I don’t know whether to get the Bomba Finale or the Elastico Finale.

    Here where I live the indoor season usually starts in november. Once the first week starts I play on a hardwood court/ basketball court then on weekends I play actual serious games but they are on artificial turf.

    Would I be better off getting the Elasticos or Bombas?
    Would Elasticos play well on Artificial turf and would bombas do well on a hardwood court?


  4. says: Pablo

    well someone obviously doesn’t like your comment. ha
    but I think I’m going to get the elasticos first and then save up for the bomba finales.

  5. says: sohail

    hi,i live in the kingdom of saudi arabia….i was hoping that you guys could help me know where i can get these shoes here….in saudi arabia…thnx anyway 🙂

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