Off the back of its NikeLab retail concept which launched globally last night, Nike has revealed its first NikeLab drop – the Mecurial Superfly HTM. A street-ready variation of the Mecurial Superfly soccer boot, the new HTM version is filtered through the collaborative design lens of Nike Inc. CEO and designer Mark Parker, fragment design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara and OG Nike designer Tinker Hatfield – basically elevating it to legendary status before it even hits shelves. Inspired by football, the sneaker retains its lightweight Nike Flyknit upper, sock-like fit and high, integrated ankle cuff. Nike Flywire cables are also preserved to boost support while the boot’s waterproof NikeSkin coating has been left out, to enhance breathability. It all sits on a Nike Free 5.0 platform sole for a super comfy ride.

The sneaker drops today (June 12) in Stealth Black at NikeLab 1948 LDN and online.

RELATED: OUR 10 FAVORITE WORLD CUP SNEAKER RELEASES