To commemorate Nike's first soccer cleat release in 1994, the brand has announced the return of the Tiempo '94 along with the release of the Tiempo V. Just in time for the World Cup, the duel release takes a look back over the progress that Nike Soccer has accomplished over the past 20 years while looking to the future.

The Tiempo '94 reinterprets a performance icon for everyday wear. The removable tongue, mid or low options and Phylon midsole installed to replace the original studded outsole transforms this soccer boot into a something players will want to wear pre and post game.

Expect to see the Tiempo V on players like Carlos Tevez, Gerard Pique and Ronaldinho, as the minimal cleat carries the lightweight feel of a synthetic cleat without abandoning its leather legacy. The All Conditions Control and K-leather upper brings optimal touch for all conditions while the Hypershield technology blocks moisture to ensure a snug fit that lasts.

For a glamorous take on how the Tiempo V is built, take a look at this video:

If you're not in the mood to try out the new Tiempo now, check out Nike's campaign "I AM Tiempo" with Gerard Pique, Ashley Cole, Sergio Ramos, Carlos Tevez and Ronaldinho:

[Nike]

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