On the pitch, Nike's Mercurial line is nothing short of legendary. Over the last 20 years, the cleats have been worn by soccer sensations including Cristiano Ronaldo and the OG Ronaldo. To celebrate the boot's legacy, the brand has added new iD options inspired by retro Mercurial designs and patterns.

The lookswhich include 1998's original Mercurial, the first Mercurial Vapor from 2002, 2006's Mercurial Vapor 3, 2010's Mercurial Vapor Superfly 2, and 2014's Mercurial Vapor Superfly 4—can be applied to the Mercurial Superfly 360 iD ($295) and the Mercurial Vapor 360 ($270), both of which use Nike's latest 360-degree Flyknit technology.

For those who would rather take the style off the pitch, Nike is also offering each of the themes on the Air Max 270 iD, which the brand says is the first time soccer colorways have been available to customize on its latest Air Max model. The Mercurial-inspired Air Max 270 iD options are not yet available, but should go live on nike.com soon.

Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial' (Lateral)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Vapor' (Pair)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Vapor' (Lateral)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Vapor 3' (Pair)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Vapor 3' (Lateral)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Superfly 2' (Pair)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Superfly 2' (Lateral)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Superfly 4' (Pair)
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Nike Air Max 270 iD 'Mercurial Superfly 4' (Lateral)
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