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Neymar Football Boots 2017-18: Nike Mercurial Vapor XI NJR

Neymar plays as Forward for Paris Saint-German in Ligue 1. Neymar wears Nike Mercurial Vapor XI NJR soccer cleats in 2017-2018.

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Neymar Junior (5 February 1992) currently plays for FC Barcelona and is the Nike Hypervenom Football Boot face. Neymar signed a long-term contract with Nike until 2022 in 2011 and joined FC Barcelona in 2013 from his hometown soccer club Santos FC.

Neymar Football Boots

Neymar had signed a contract with Nike in the early years as teenager and wore Nike Mercurial Vapor Boots during his career until 2013. The contract with Nike was extended until 2022 in 2011 and it is expected that Neymar will receive an own signature boot line in the upcoming years.

Neymar soccer cleats while playing for Santos FC were the Nike Mercurial Vapor Boots, the most famous Nike Football Shoe. With the increasing popularity of Neymar in the upcoming years Neymar got the face of some totally new other Nike cleats.

In 2012, Neymar was for the first time the main face for a Nike boot: Neymar football boots during the 2012 Olympic Games were the very rare Nike GS (Green Speed) boot, which came with a weight of just 160g; the lightest ever produced Nike Football Shoe.

Ahead of the 2013 FIFA Confed Cup in Brazil and at the same time his transfer to FC Barcelona was announced, Neymar become the boot face of the launched Nike Hypervenom Football Shoe. The Nike Hypervenom Neymar Soccer Cleat is designed for Agility and comes with a totally new football boot concept.

In September 2015, being the main face for the recently-launched Nike Hypervenom Phantom II, Neymar switched to the low-cut Nike Mercurial Vapor X, prompting many discussions.

Nike Mercurial Vapor XI NJR Boots

NameMercurial Vapor XI NJR
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Nationality Brazil
Age25 (February 5 1992)
PositionSupporting Striker

Paris Saint-German Players List

1 Kevin Trapp | 16 Alphonse Aréola | 40 Rémy Descamps

2 Thiago Silva | 3 Presnel Kimpembe | 5 Marquinhos | 12 Thomas Meunier | 17 Yuri Berchiche | 20 Layvin Kurzawa | 31 Alec Georgen | 32 Dani Alves

6 Marco Verratti | 7 Lucas | 8 Thiago Motta | 11 Ángel Di Maria | 18 Giovani Lo Celso | 21 Hatem Ben Arfa | 23 Julian Draxler | 24 Christopher Nkunku | 25 Adrien Rabiot | 27 Javier Pastore

9 Edinson Cavani | 10 Neymar | 29 Kylian Mbappé