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Blue Boots

Blue has been doing it's job well for years. It's the V12 of colours. Used in lighter shades, or in logos it stands out as the spectrum of light that takes it's job the most serious. Find your pair of blue boots below.

Blue is razor blade sharp, and sleek, it's the serious athletes colour and represents a no-nonsense, non-comprimising winner-takes-all attitude. So you know it's no accident that Superman wears it.

Top 12 Blue Boots Ever

Nike Mercurial Superfly 4 CR7 Chapter 2: Natural Diamond

The second series of CR7's chapter boots chronicled how leaving his family at the age of 12 became Ronaldo's most difficult challenge in his football career, and that he needed to work and train hard to forge his natural talent into a remarkable gem. Aesthetically, the boot radiated a shiny blue colour with a rocky and rough-textured heel that smoothen around the midfoot and forefoot, symbolizing the transition of Ronaldo from a diamond-in-the-rough to a fully polished one.

Adidas Predator Mania Tormentor

Arguably the mother of all remakes, the Predator Mania Tormentor was a remake of one of the most beloved Predators of all time, the Japan Blue Predator Mania. The Japan Blue had an aura of a rarity as it was only released in the Far East. Japan Blue made an appearance in the 2002 World Cup with it being worn by Japan's captain Tsuneyasu Miyamoto. The Tormentor Predator Mania retained the fold-over tongue and the swerved rubber fin striking elements, but updated the outsole with a Predator 20 soleplate construction, adding more aggressiveness to its awesome look.

Nike Mercurial Vapor XI Neymar Written in Stars

Neymar's signature rank came to its fruition with his first signature boots 'Written in Stars.' 'Written in Stars' was a Vapor XI in a blue orbit colourway pack with a constellation of Neymar references like his important goal dates, his top speed, and his shirt number. Aside from the design, this Vapor 9 served its purpose well as Neymar's speed boot with its thin microfibre upper and tongue-less construction.

Nike Mercurial Dream Speed

As Cristiano Ronaldo continued to be ageless with his performance, the baton just couldn't be passed yet to Nike's rising stars. The Mercurial Dream Speed was launched in September 2019 which saw Ronaldo's Superfly 7 and Mbappe's Vapor 13 wrapped in a bold blue colourway and followed a 'DNA of Speed' design such as perforated patterns, scale ruler, '44.7 km/h' speed branding, and an iridescent '001' logo.

Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 New Lights

The 13th and so far the latest generation of the Mercurial Vapor debuted in 2019 in a bright blue colourway. Arguably the best Nike Mercurial ever, this lightweight boot provided a perfect balance of comfort in terms of softness and fit with its new Flyknit construction. The new Flyknit combined soft p16 yarns with Nike's high tenacity yarns that made the boot supple yet gently restrictive upon movement to enhance lockdown.

Adidas Predator adiPower Sharp Blue

Ahead of the 2011-2012 season, the likes of Xavi, Kaka, Nani, Gerrard, and Van Persie tested the development of the Predator adiPower that debuted in a sharp blue colourway. The boot continued the Predator's tradition of striking elements with its silicone rubber fins that were strategically raised depending on their location on the boot. The boot was also made unique thanks to its use of Taurus leather.

Puma Future 5.1 Flash

The best and most comfortable Future boot so far started in November 2019, featuring a honeycombed evoKnit upper that provided multidirectional flexibility and personalized lockdown thanks to its Netfit lacing system. The boot was also wide lasted for a non-restrictive sensation. Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez continued to banner the Future silo of Puma.

Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 Always Forward 2

The Superfly 6 Always Forward 2 launched in November 2018 with a racer blue colourway. The choice of the race blue was said to be drawn out from its calming effect, enabling a clear and focused mind on the pitch. Interestingly, the boot was launched without the intention of Nike's best players wearing them.

Adidas F50.6 Tunit Blue Launch Colourway

The 2006 Adidas boot launched in a blue colourway and was significantly revolutionary with its goal of being a fully customizable football boot. The design intended for the boot to have modular upper, chassis, sole and studs that are removable and interchangeable. The Tunit F50.6 featured an adiHex 3D microfibre synthetic upper that is lightweight and durable for ball control. The player had a choice whether to use a 'Pro-lite Speed' or 'Comfort' chassis.

Adidas X 18+ Energy Mode

The boot was the first to launch in the Adidas Energy Mode collection and featured a lightweight, responsive combination of SKELETAL WEAVE and SPEED MESH technologies. One of the highlights of the boot in the 2018 World Cup was Luis Suarez' s free-kick goal against Russia.

Adidas F50 adiZero Micoach 3 Samba Solar Blue

In 2014, just a few months before the World Cup, a redesigned F50 adiZero came into existence with a solar blue colour. This 2014 model introduced Hybrid Touch technology on the upper for an all-weather conditions performance, and a 3D raised Dribbletex on the lower half of the instep for high-speed dribbling.

Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 Ice

This boot was launched in 2017 as part of the largest pack Nike had ever introduced - the Fire and Ice pack - featuring all of Nike's silos in two colourways, fiery red and icy blue. The ice blue boot retained the tech of a Superfly 5-the dynamic fit collar and data-informed 3D speed rib texture for the Flyknit upper.

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