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Sancho Blue Superfly

Dean Ariola

Jadon Sancho now has his first signature colourway for the Nike Superfly 7, called the SE11 and it’s not just a simple combination of colours. The design of the heavily-blue boots incorporates a lot of references to the young star, as well as his cultural influences and the streets of South East London

Vibez and SANCHO SAUCE are some of the brandings displayed across the boot with the graphics containing brandings that appear like cut-outs covering the blue base pattern. The Sancho references are in different colours of racer blue, aurora green, and dark orange, and differ on each boot.

The medial side of the left boot has a black-outlined white rectangular box, like a London road sign, with a message that says SOUTH LONDON NO BALL GAMES. At the forefront of that white box is an orange handwritten MEGZ lettering with a trailing underline. The opposite medial side, on the other hand, shows POPPIN HOURS in aurora green and orange respectively.

The lateral side of both left and right feature a silver Swoosh with an orange outline. The laces have ‘Blue Park’ inscribed to them, a term designated by the superstar and his friends to the small concrete spaces across Kennington. And speaking of Kennington, its postal code and Sancho’s connection to the place is reflected on the #SE11 4 J@DON written on the tongue. The soleplate follows the colour theme of the upper, with the Aerotrak spine in solid dark orange and the split soleplate being racer blue in the outer edge and aurora green towards the middle and the tips of the chevron studs are coloured blue.

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Dean Ariola

Dean has worked Chief writer at the Black & Orange team since 2020, he has an indepth knowledge of all the soccer shoes from the big brands, you have him to thank for all the updates to our Boot Secrets guide and he is first on the scene with all the new releases for you!