Building on the success of last years brilliant collaboration, Nike and EA have created another stelar boot. This years collab sees a deferent vessel than it’s predecessor with the Hypervenom 3. The inspiration however, remains the same with nods to EA’s digital motion capture graphics seen throughout the upper. Nike’s iconic Volt and black colorway make up the boot with a gorgeous metallic/iridescent sole plate. Have an up close look at the limited collab below.




Nike dip back into some tried and true color schemes for the new ‘Motion Blur’ Pack. The latest from the Swoosh is laced with echoes of Euro 2012, when the Nike ‘Clash Pack’ dominated in Ukraine and Poland. Fast forward to 2017  where white and and bright accents thrive once again. The Mercurial Superfly’s are given a gradient “White/Race Pink” paint-job, while the Magista receives a similar fade aesthetic only in a “White/Volt” coat. The Tiempo’s are dominated in white with the color coming by way of “Electro green” on the heel and sole plate. Rounding of the pack is Nike’s crown Jewel, the Hypervenom 3 which receives the most color from a half and half “White/Photo Blue” colorway.

The Nike ‘Motion Blur’ Pack is available now on and select retailers.


Over the weekend Nike hosted a two-night event as part of global marketing push for the new and highly praised Hypervenom 3.  From London to L.A. #StrikeNight took place in various forms, the latter was built around a 3v3 tournament. Not only were we on hand for both Thursday and Friday events, but KTTP had a squad that competed in the tourney. Sadly we were knocked out in the Quarter-finals via shootout. 

As per usual, anything Nike does is going to be top notch. Young and local soccer talent were treated to fresh gear, including the latest Hypervenom 3’s as they played three-aside and got down on some accuracy challenges. There was a taco truck, refreshments, a DJ and even an appearance by two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash.

Check out our photos from Nike Strike Night LA: Night 2 below. For night 1 recap go HERE

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The Hypervenom 3 has been an absolute revaluation. After some growing pains with the first two iterations, the silo become what many feel is the Nike’s best boot to date. Featuring an all flyknit upper and fywire that keeps the foot locked down during violent movements. Poron foam pods grace the strike zone which adapt to provide a soft touch for control and a prime touch for finishing. The biggest stride in tech comes from it’s segmented, “hyper-reactive” sole-plate. The flexibility and freedom is unmatched.  

All of the brilliant tech is dressed in a volt, hyper orange and poison green for a classically loud statement. Nike’s latest looks all the better under a detailed, high-def lens. Have a look below.

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On the heels of the newly released Hypervenom 3, Nike takes influence from their latest and breathes luminous new life into their four stalwart silos. The ‘Radiation Flare’ Pack calls on classically vibrant Nike color schemes and applies them to both Men’s and Women’s soccer boot arsenals.

On the men’s side, we see the aforementioned palette long synonymous with Nike’s soccer aesthetic used in a glorious capacity. Volt, hyper-orange and electric-green boldly dress the new Hypervenom 3’s, while each color solely dominates the Magista, Tiempo and Mercurial. The pack look like radiant and happy family. Another cool thing to note is that the ‘Radiation Flare’ Pack features the first all flyknit low-cut iteration via the Hypervenom 3 void of the dynamic fit collar.    

On the women’s side of the spectrum, wolf grey is the foundation color featuring throughout the pack. Accents come via red, green, yellow and blue giving the ladies a fittingly brilliant identity.

The Nike ‘Radiation Flare’ Pack will be available January 30th via and select retailers. For now check them out below and let us know which boots are your favorite!