Nike Tiempo 94 Soccer Shoes Released

One of the most highly anticipated soccer shoe releases in nearing. For collectors and soccer history buffs alike, the Nike Tiempo 94 soccer shoes are a thing of beauty. These beautiful new cleats take us back to emergence of soccer in the United States at the 1994 World Cup. That memorable year saw soccer explode into a mainstream sport across America as the US hosted the World Cup for the first time, advanced to the knockout stages and shattered the World Cup attendance record.Nike Tiempo 94 soccer shoes

To commemorate that grand occasion Nike re-created the Tiempo Premier soccer cleats from 1994, in the new limited-edition, limited-distribution Nike Tiempo 94 Men’s Soccer Cleat. These limited edition soccer cleats celebrate the heritage of the Tiempo and Paolo Maldini, the player who first wore the cleat and made it legendary. Hand made in Italy for the next generation of legends, these Tiempo 94 soccer shoes offer an updated outsole for indredible traction and the latest Nike innovations to make it a lighter, tougher cleat. Not only does the Nike Tiempo 94 perform in style on the field, but it also stylish off it with a beautiful commemorative soccer shoe bag that will keep your reliving that memorable World Cup of 1994. Only 5,000 paris of these limited edition cleats were produced, so they won’t be around long. Pre-order your pair of Tiempo 94′s today.

The Tiempo 94’s kangaroo-leather upper includes a fold-over, kangaroo-leather tongue that covers the laces and provides a clean ball-striking surface. The split molded and conical outsole allows the leather to wrap around the foot while giving you exceptional traction and ball control. The outsole also reduces plate weight, helping to make the Tiempo 94 thirty grams lighter than the original.

  • Kangaroo-leather upper for the most premium leather feel
  • Reinforced webbing on the medial and lateral sides for added support
  • Kangaroo-leather molded heel to lock heel in place
  • Premium sockliner for premium comfort


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