Over the last day, we’ve unveiled the Nike Black History Month 2015 collection, a stunning collection of footwear and apparel that’s inspired by athletes and coaches who, through courage and determination, positively impact their communities. And now for the lone soccer model of the bunch, although it’s more than capable of shouldering the load on its own: the Nike Mercurial Superfly BHM.
Adhering to the same design guidelines as the rest of the collection, the shoe conflates just two colors — black and white, less that pop of gold branding — and three disparate patterns into a single silhouette.
The result is no less than stunning, as the interplay between the patterns creates distinct details and aesthetics, and even serves to change the way the solid-black collar appears. Monochrome truly never looked so good.
One of the final BHM shoes to hit stores — following the releases of the Jordan and Nike Basketball collections, and coinciding with that of the NSW line — the Nike Mercurial Superfly BHM releases Thursday, January 29, with retail set for $300.
Nike Mercurial Superfly BHM FG
Black/Black-White-Metallic Gold Coin
Style #: 718141-001
29 January 2015