Fresh from coming off of an intense Champions League victory, soccer sensation Cristiano Ronaldo now has his eyes set on the Euro 2016 championship. Accordingly, Nike looks to once again honor the Portuguese superstar with a new sneaker release.

Here we get a glimpse at the Air Force 1 Ultra F.C., which draws inspiration from Ronaldo's CR7 Air Force 1. In turn, the revamped Forces feature a hyper cobalt Vac-Tech upper with very little stitching implemented throughout. A contrasting and lightweight Ultra sole unit, equipped with full-length Air resides underneath, while Nike F.C. branding is then present on the dubrae.

You can look forward to the Air Force 1 Ultra F.C. releasing on June 2 through select Nike providers.

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