Nike have sent us all on a trip down memory lane by re-releasing the classic Total 90 football boots we all wore as kids.
You remember the ones? It was around the time of the 2002 World Cup…
Luis Figo, Paul Scholes, Roberto Carlos and Francesco Totti all had them, to name but a few.
Nike has given the people what they wanted
They were instantly iconic.
Rumour has it that, for a short while, Sunday League teams only registered players if they owned a pair.
Countless bangers were scored with these absolute stunners, not least by me – and now they are BACK!
For the third instalment of the ‘Future DNA’ series – which has seen Nike recreate classic designs from the past – the manufacturer has released the Nike PhantomVNM.
They look exactly like the 2002 Nike Air Zoom Total 90 II, just with a few modern touches.
Who could forget these beauties?
That retro black and white design remains, as well as the iconic band that runs through the forefoot.
The PhantomVNM follows the Phantom VSN ‘Hypervenom’ and the Mercurial Vapor ‘OG Superfly’ – which also paid homage to classic designs from the past.
Like those releases, the PhantomVNM will be limited edition, so you may struggle to get your hands on a pair.
Next up, it’s a recreation of the Tiempo boots made famous by Ronaldinho – back when he, err, wasn’t in prison.
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