Wesley Sneijder will earn his 134th and final international cap tonight when the Netherlands take on Peru in a friendly at Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam. To mark the occasion Nike have supplied the Dutchman with a custom pair of orange Hypervenom 3 boots.

The Holland captain has been showing off his special edition boots on Twitter ahead of what will be an emotional night in the capital for one of the nation's most decorated players. Sneijder who now plays for Qatari side Al-Gharafa, made his debut in 2003 and went on to play 133 games for the Netherlands, putting in some of the most memorable performances in recent Oranje history.

The 2010 World Cup was the tournament in which Sneijder confirmed his legendary status in Dutch colours. The midfielder was instrumental in Holland's run to the final and was agonisingly close to lifting the prestigious prize, until a certain Andres Iniesta ballsed that up for him.

As for the Hypervenom 3 boots that Sneijder is set to wear tonight, they're naturally in Dutch orange and feature and white fade with the number 134 standing proudly on the side and the Dutch flag on the heels. Well played Wes.