Nike is once again making a statement with the launch of the Mercurial Superfly Heritage iD bringing back the famous colorway of the cleat that started it all, the 1998 Mercurial R9.
The Swoosh got the new look in the hands of some of their top players.
Coutinho shows off his Nike Mercurials (@phil.coutinho)
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Brazilian Ronaldo make the look famous when he wore the colorway at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. This will be the first time that the iconic Silver/Yellow/Blue colorway is available via NIKEiD along with Black/White, Black/Blue, andWhite/Silver with Volt Swoosh colorways.
Philippe Coutinho was the first player spotted wearing the cleats on the field pulling them on ahead of the Liverpool vs Chelsea match at Anfield on Wednesday.
What do you think of the classic colorway?