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Our Very Own Expert Reviews
We test all the new boots ourselves to provide fact-based opinions and expert discussions, we know that each one of you has a unique foot width and length as well as arch, that is why we also let you know how to measure all the dimensions of your foot so you could always cross-reference our experience to what could be the possible fit and feel of your dream football boots to you personally.
We also take note of what other respected online reviewers are saying to give you a snapshot of the consensus about the boots you are interested with. We try and be concise with our ‘Points to Know’ plus the summarised points of other expert reviews, you have every talking point available right in your screen.
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Pro Players Boot Choices
The biggest-name players in the game wear a wide range of boots, with different pros headlining a selection of football shoes. For Nike, with their Mercurial Boots, they have Cristiano Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappe in the Superfly, with Robert Lewandowski and Bruno Fernandes in the Vapor. Puma has Antoine Griezmann to represent their Ultra and Neymar Jr. to headline the Puma Future. Sadio Mane is the face of New Balance in the Furon. adidas boasts stars like Lionel Messi, Mo Salah, and Son Heung-min for its X range, and assigns Paul Pogba and Jude Bellingham to lead the charge for its Predator line. Paulo Dybala is the name for the adidas Copa.
Does a knitted upper suit your taste? Do you like some control elements added to get that extra grip and ping when dribbling, passing, and striking the ball? Love boots that are pliable and laceless? If so then feel free to fill up your heart’s desires as the list is vast and wide on site.
Nike showcases their dominance with countless pros choosing their Mercurial Superfly and Vapor series, alongside the Phantom that are commonly worn by playmakers and strikers respectively. adidas takes an equally huge share of market popularity with the ever-lightweight X boots, which now also include Messi’s signature line, they also have the iconic and aggressive Predators.
But don’t think that leather boots have stepped aside; in fact, they are truly well and alive as they have been reinvented to adapt tradition to modernity. You can see that in the case of the technologically packed Nike Tiempo Legend and the highly regarded Copa, if you are looking for the most premium leather boots out there, you’ll find them produced literally at the ends of the world with Japan’s Mizuno and its Morelia and Morelia Neo lines, there is still massive enthusiasm for and a wide range of world-class leather football boots.
Your list of football boot choices doesn’t even stop there! Looking for boots outside the big two? Perfect! New Balance continues to make the headlines with their Furon and Tekela, Puma still retains significant drawing power among the pros with the Future and Ultra soccer cleats and Umbro are still in the boot game too.
What Types of Boots Do Brands Make?
Don’t be confused if, let’s say, your adidas Predators are called Predator .1 and your mate’s Predator is +. Brands have used tiers for their silos to be able to market said lines to as many people as possible. Nike labels its top-end model Elite, followed by the takedowns Pro, Academy, and Club. adidas uses a numerical tier system, labeling from top to bottom +,.1,.2,.3, and .4. Puma is descriptive like Nike and has their boots in Ultimate, Pro, Match, and Play ranges. Mizuno’s tier names may arguably be the proudest, with the top-end being called Made in Japan (indeed it is), and takedowns being named Elite and MD KL. Smaller brands like New Balance also employ a tier system, using the terms Pro, Destroy, and Dispatch from highest to lowest.
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Personalised Football Boots
You finished a game, thrown your boots on the ground in the changing rooms, or given them to the kitman, only to find that other players have similar boots as yours! Or perhaps you just want something a little unique and personal to you on your boots. It would then be a massive problem to sort out which one is yours. We’ve got your back, we’ll show you tips on how to customize your football shoes, demonstrating how to transfer your name or logo on to the boots or order a unique pair made just for you. Customising your pairs need not be expensive; as simple as using a different set of laces can have an enormous impact in terms of personalising the look and feel of your boots.
Our aim is to get you the best price on boots, our site has a large range of cheap football boots and we offer you the very latest soccer shoes as soon as they come out, with up to date news and reviews, so if you want the newest boots around and want them first we are the place to be. We list them as soon as they become available on retailers sites and let you compare to find the lowest boot prices.
Where To Get Your Boots?
Just as there is a welcomed variety of soccer cleats, there is also a significant number of online retailers and reviewers that we acknowledge and respect. While you can directly order your boots from the biggest manufacturers’ websites on most occasions, it is worth noting that you may make your purchases from other retailers that also provide interesting information about your desired choice. Soccer Reviews For You is owned by Joshua V. from Canada and has a vast library of humorous yet thorough analyses of football boots. The Copenhagen-based Unisport has the football boot guru Jay Mike delivering enthusiastic and detailed reviews in his tech talks.
Large online retailers have grown over time such as England’s and Wale’s Pro Direct Soccer and Spain’s Futbol Emotion, displaying a wide array of football equipment including the latest releases on an online platform. Lovell Soccer of UK builds on the success of its twin, Lovell Rugby, and has been going strong ever since Lovell’s move to e-commerce since 1998. Even the Asia-Pacific region now has an online soccer store thanks to Australia’s UltraFootball, who have a huge store in Sydney, the World’s Largest Football Store. Now isn’t it nice to know that wherever you are, getting your next pair of boots is easy and fun thanks to these online outlets? And our job is to summarise the best deals from these retailers and points from the reviewers so we can help you sort out the information that matters to you most.