Saturday, May 24, 2008

Soccer LaserII Show

Nike Laser II technology

U.S. Soccer Development Academy player aims for the goal.

The meter registered a 79m.p.h.  Laser II goal--Nothing but net!!!
No goals no glory, for U.S. Soccer youth.

At first glance, the new Nike T90 FG II Laser boot looks like something right out of a sci-fi movie. Soccer aficionados don't worry! You won't have to wait until 2020 to get your hands on these beauties. With its innovative S.P.P. technology, sleek design and lightweight plates, the Laser technology is ahead of the game.
The Soccer Development Academy participants are welcomed to wear the shoes and practice their moves at the shooting zones. Alex Thulemeyer, from Pateadores wore the boots and saw an improvement from 60m.p.h. to 69m.p.h. "The shoes are awesome; it gives me a stronger kick. It was a great idea allowing players to try them."
For more than two decades, Nike has focused on maximizing the skills of athletes. Attending the Development Academy gave them important feedback for future gear designs.
"We're getting alot of positive feed back from athletes," Jaro Pylypczak, spokesman, for Nike said. "It's great that you walk-around the fields and you see kids wearing our footwear. I'm happy Nike is able to help them improve. We're leading the way."

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