A look back at the key colourways that made it on pitch this season

With the release of the new Spring '14 pack, Nike's on pitch colour updates have come to end for the 2013/14 season, well at least until the World Cup. Here we recap the HyperVenom's first full season showcasing all the official colurways worn by Nike contracted athletes in the European domestic leagues.

Nike launched the HyperVenom back in May with a huge showcase in Rio de Janerio. A whole new silo that replaced the long standing T90, the HyperVenom is designed for the 'New Breed of attack' players who not only need a boot for speed but also a boot that can help them create space in and around the penalty area.

As the silo's key athlete it was only fitting Neymar should launch the boot in Rio, which he did in the bold Black/Citrus launch colourway. The second paintjob to hit the HyperVenom was the Lime/Black/White colourway. The update was the first to introduce a third colour and was Daniel Sturridge's preferred look, who continues to still wear it. 

Released as part of the Hi-Vis collection, the Electro Purple/Volt/Black colourway saw Nike's key HyperVenom athletes through the winter months. Hi-Vis was followed by Neo Lime/BlackNike's last update of 2013 dropping just before Christmas.

Next up Nike flipped the switch on the hi-vis colurway releasing a more demure Blue/Volt/Black edition. By the time the silo's seventh update launched midway through January we had already been given a good eyeful as Nike tesed them out in various on pitch appearances courtesy of Kevin-Prince Boateng, Adriano and Robert Lewandowski. 

The boot's last official on pitch update of the season came as part of the Spring '14 collection and featured a Brazilian themed colourway and a distinctive silver tongue, a theme that runs throughout the collection. The bright volt and yellow drop has been worn by the likes of Wayne Rooney, Neymar and Higuain as Nike crank up their Brazil 2014 countdown. 

Got a favorite from the on pitch colourways? Let us know. Drop us a line in the comments below and hit us up on Twitter and Facebook.