words // Nick Engvall
Nike is no stranger to creating cutting edge technology. In every genre of sport, they are continually pushing the envelope in an effort to make athletes better. As the Women’s World Cup takes place in Germany, Nike uses feedback from athletes, like goalkeeper Hope Solo, to find new ways of improving their soccer cleats.
In the next few weeks, Nike Soccer will release the Bomba Finale. It features a new technology that aims to make your aim better. The Shot Shield absorbs impact and teams up with the traditional pass pad, seen on many other Nike soccer cleats, to improve accuracy and control. On top of that, it gives the boots a futuristic-like head turning look. Look for these to arrive later this month at Eastbay.