Nike players have begun to switch into the new Fast AF pack ahead of an on-pitch debut this weekend. The first Swoosh collection of 2018 prepares to replace the Fire & Ice designs and will be worn by all Nike athletes.

The Hypervenom, Tiempo, and Magista were all on show in training this week across Europe, with the next-generation Mercurial set to join the Fast Audacious Football pack upon release on February 7. That trademark Nike "Total Orange" colouring indicating that the Swoosh may have a bold launch aesthetic lined-up for their iconic speed silo. 


Arsenal new boy Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang trained with his new teammates for the first time this morning after completing his Deadline Day move from Borussia Dortmund. The Gabonese striker was sporting the Fast AF Hypervenom, complete with signature PEA17 logo, despite being unable to keep his favoured 17 number at Arsenal – that belongs to Alex Iwobi. Aubameyang will wear the number 14 shirt, which was recently vacated by Theo Walcott. 

Virgil Van Dijk, Blaise Matuidi, and Ross Barkley were also amongst the Nike athletes sporting their respective silos, and they'll be a joined by a dominant Swoosh takeover on pitch when all Nike players wear the Fast AF Pack throughout February. 

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