Nike Hypervenom Cleats

Learn More About Nike Hypervenom


Snake-Bitten: Learn More About Nike® Hypervenom

Rule the pitch in Nike® Hypervenom soccer cleats.

Nike® Hypervenom cleats are crafted for attackers who make playsóand light up the stat sheet. This shoe is optimized for agility, with an air-light feel and proper support.

Find the Hypervenom thatís right for your playing surface, including shoes optimized for firm ground, indoor, soft ground and turf play. And show the competition youíve come to play in unexpected hues and dynamic shoe constructions. The Hypervenom is available in menís and youth sizes.

Hypervenoms are built to mirror the natural shape of the foot for a second-skin fit on the pitch. A low-profile design provides agility on the field.

Get in the game with soccer gear or soccer cleats at DICKíS Sporting Goods.

Expert Advice

Nike® Hypervenom cleats are optimized for a variety of playing surfaces. Select the cleats that match your game or browse all soccer shoes from DICK'S Sporting Goods.

  • Firm-ground cleats are hard plastic studs affixed to the outsole of your soccer boot. These cleats grip the surface of the playing field without digging in. Beginners and novice soccer players often opt for firm-ground cleats.
  • Soft-ground cleats are designed for wet and muddy natural surfaces. These studs are longer in length for better traction. Cleat configurations are spaced evenly to prevent mud and dirt from clumping beneath the shoe.
  • Indoor soccer shoes resemble sneakers with a wide, flat surface outlined in intricate traction patterns. These shoes enhance foot control and multidirectional movement during indoor play.
  • Turf shoes perform best on outdoor or indoor artificial turf. They feature short rubber stubs that cover the outsole, ideal for quick maneuvers and speed on turf.

Soccer cleats are designed for a fit that is narrower than street or running shoes. This narrow fit provides a better feel of the ball and more control on the pitch.


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