Nike has debuted its latest soccer cleat collection, called the the Tiempo Legends Premier Pack. The pack — inspired by Nike’s legendary Tiempo styles — pays homage to Nike football history and is available in five colorways.
The brand continually evolves the Tiempo, which was first introduced as the Tiempo D in 1985. The original boot had a fold-over tongue to provide a flat surface atop the laces for a better strike of the ball, but as the shoes were enhanced, this was no longer necessary, so the iconic tongue was retired with the launch of the Tiempo IV in 2011.
See each colorway included in the pack and which shoe took cues from past Tiempo styles below.
One of more vibrant color ways is the black, white and electric green. The shoe refers to the Nike Tiempo Legend IV that was unveiled in 2013.
Another black cleat in the Tiempo Legends Premier Pack has orange accents, taking cues from the 2011 Tiempo Legend IV Elite.
For those looking for white boots when taking the field, Nike offers the shoe in metallic summit white and team red metallic silver. This pair nods to the Nike Air Legend II that was originally released in 2008. This colorway has “est 1972” on the heel stamp to reference the year Nike was founded.
Other colorways includes white and blue sapphire, as well as white and black.
The white and black boot takes cues from the Nike Tiempo Legend IV Elite, first released in 2012, and features a striped sole plate with “RGB 000,” the color code for black.