Designed for unrivalled speed and responsiveness, the Mercurial collection including the Vapor, Victory, Veloce, and Vortex all offer both IC and AG sole plates however the high collared Mercurial Superfly is only available in an AG version.
The Mercurial Vapor and Superfly are now in their tenth and fourth generation respectively which make the collection one of the longest standing ranges within the cleat market after the Brazilian Ronaldo debuted the first Vapor within the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The Vapor cleats offer an ultra-thin Teijin microfibre upper whilst the Superfly incorporates the revolutionary FlyKnit material within construction.
The difference between the Vapor range and Superfly sees the latter adopt a Dynamic Fit collar to offer a sock-like fit whereas its counterpart remains traditional through a low-cut profile. Whilst both the Mercurial's TF sole plate match through a rubberised construction, the AG sole plates differ from a lightweight carbon fibre platform found on the Superfly compared to the Vapor's nylon chassis.