Design/Style

Right out the box the Nike Tiempo Genio Leather IC is busting with colors that make the shoe very much attractive. The colors of the shoe are Laser Orange/Total Orange/Volt/Persian Volt. They look like regular sneakers that you can wear on a day out. However, they are much better than sneakers and they provide you with the comfort and durability you need on the court.

The upper of the shoes is made of full-grain leather to allow for comfort and flexibility. The middle of the shoes to the strike zone is laser orange. The Nike swoosh on both sides are Persian volt, and as you walk your way to the back the color changes from laser orange to total orange with the word “TIEMPO” written on the back.

The front portion of the shoes which is known as the “strike zone” has a special stitched pattern which can improve shot power and ball control of the player. The Shoes has a traditional lacing system running up the shoes to insure a nice fit. The colors of the laces are laser orange with a sprinkle of yellow.

Comfort

The Sock-liner is a high density Eva Sock-liner with a substantial amount of cushioning. The back portion of the shoe is decorated with supportive heel counter, which offers great support. The insoles of the shoes are sufficiently cushion, attached and volt in color.

You will notice little small holes as you move to the back end of the shoes. These are perforation and they help the shoes breathe.

The mid sole of the shoe is a white full-length phylon Material that is really soft and cushioned. The outsole is light brown and is made of non-marking materials designed to enhance movement and traction.

Conclusion

To wrap it up, I really do like the shoes. They are comfortable and the colors will definitely help you stand out on the court. It currently sells for $65.00 which is a fairly decent value for the shoes.

Paul Koroma

I learned all about life with a ball at my feet. Soccer allows me to push the limitation of creativity and express myself without saying a word. Soccer is my addiction. I train. I play, and I repeat every single day.

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