Nike today followed up the first three paint jobs of its new 2018 Mercurial Superfly V football boots with a predominantly purple effort that forms part of the new Floodlights Pack. Predominantly purple, the September 2018 Nike Mercurial Superfly V soccer cleats combine this with orange trim. The secondary color is used for all brandings on the Purple Dynasty Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 football boots, as well as for detailing on the new Mercurial's trademark 'speed-rib' 3D texture.

Additionally, this new Nike Mercurial Superfly cleat from footy-headlines.com features a subtle gradient from the relatively dark Purple Dynasty at the back towards the more dynamic Hyper Grape at the front. The inside of the upcoming Nike Mercurial Superfly V colorway features a darker shade of purple at the front, too.

Like their predecessor, the 2017/18 Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 FG Chapter 5 Cut to Brilliance aim to provide a sock-like fit with a knitted upper and heightened Dynamic Fit collar. The aforementioned speed-rib texture is worked into the Flyknit upper of the Purple Dynasty Nike Mercurial Superfly V 2018 football shoes to improve ball control and touch in critical areas.

Additionally, the sole plate of the Nike Mercurial Superfly V boots has been completely reworked; it even is 40% lighter thanks to the use of Nylon instead of carbon-fiber. The stud configuration is also new on the Nike Mercurial Superfly 2018 boot: all studs have the same triangular shape but are rotated differently. Read more about the technological features of the Nike Mercurial Superfly V football boots here.