Dominic Calvert-Lewin's Boots
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is a striker currently scoring for Everton and in the English national team squad. His football career started in Sheffield United academy, participating in several loan spells and few first-team appearances before joining Everton in 2016. Glimpses of his goalscoring prowess already appeared during his previous loan terms, which proved to be enough for Everton to want him to join the club.
What is Calvert-Lewin Wearing?
His signing amounting to just £1.5 million it turned out that Everton had secured one of the bargains in modern transfer history. Safe to say he has already provided his current club with a high return-of-investment as he is now consistently joining the pack of top goal scorers. Calvert-Lewin has a tall and big body frame to match his physical strength, allowing him to win and score headers as well as to muscle his way towards tap-ins.
For his striking abilities, his boot of choice is the adidas X Speedflow .1 with his goals catching the eye of the Three Stripes, previously he wore the Nike Mercurial Vapor, a silo that has its origins to one of the games iconic goal scorer of all time, the Brazilian Ronaldo. During his Sheffield United days though, he wore the Hyperveom Phinish before switching to the Mercurials like the Superfly IV and Vapor XI. The Vapor XII also had some game time with Calvert-Lewin during his early years with Everton. With the Vapor 13s, the Future Lab and the Daybreak are some of the colourways he has worn.
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