The 2024 Euros may be wrapping up soon, but Nike is keeping the soccer spirit alive for the rest of the year (and beyond).

The Swoosh basically leaked its upcoming sneakers again during Nike's second SNKRS Showcase. The brand naturally revved up sneakerheads with a pretty solid lineup of returning classics, including steppers fresh from the soccer field.

Indeed, Nike gets further into its blokecore bag, announcing the highly anticipated return of the Total 90 III, a football boot born in the early 2000s and now back (and better) for the 2020s.

In the present day, the Nike Total 90 III soccer boot maintains most of its original look and stylish appeal. Particularly, the Nike football shoe brings back those unforgettably stunning quilted uppers and the cool asymmetrical shoelace system.

Now, there is one slight change to the shoe: it's got a new sole. For the 2025 return, Nike updated the boot's outsole, ditching the grippy performance base in favor of a more flat, lifestyle-oriented foundation.

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Nike plans to officially relaunch the Total 90 III shoes during Spring 2025. Regarding options for closets and rotations, Nike will deliver the football sneakers in shiny, trendy colorways like patent black, silver, and gold.

With a new everyday style in mind, expect the Nike Total 90 sneakers to fit right in amongst the sea of soccer jerseys and slim sneakers currently swarming the streets.

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