As mentioned earlier in the week, Crisitano Ronaldo had christened his Superfly II’s with a delightful double – so you think he’d be happy with Nike’s newest.
But, when the derby game is on the line, Real are a goal down, your trademark free-kicks are barrelling over and wide, the defender seems to anticipate nearly every stepoverand even your headers are spinning wide – what’s a player to do to turn the game around?
In this Galactico’s case, a change of football boots is well within reason.
Extra-keen boot-spotters will be keen to note the choice of soleplate on his Superfly I‘s – Soft Ground.
An all-too rare sight – the Mizuno Wave Ghost on the feet of a pro!
Perhaps the NikeSENSE studs of the Superfly II‘s weren’t coping particularly well on the Bernabau’s turf – leaving Ronaldo little option but to go for a more traditional 6 screw-in stud model?
What do you think of Ronaldo’s switch? Does this out the NikeSENSE stud as a gimmick? Do you think that it’s a typical case of breaking in new football boots? Or do you think it was more a superstitious more on Ronaldo’s past?