Cristiano Ronaldo Unveils New Nike Fashion Line

Cristiano Ronaldo Unveils New Nike Fashion Line
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Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo teamed up with Nike to create his own signature apparel line appropriately titled “Love to Win, Hate to Lose.”

The line will include Ronaldo’s Nike CR Mercurial Vapor VIII soccer cleats along with a back pack, shin guards, and training top all with the logo of a heart with an X slashed over it.

Ronaldo and teammate Pepe are seen in this Nike Football video promoting the line. Warning: Ronaldo tries to beatbox about a minute- twenty in the video.

Keyword: Tries. But luckily its handsome enough that we’ll let it slide.

Kyle Moore | Elite.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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