What Colourways Are Available...
The variety of colours of boots is quite amazing, long gone are the days where all you could get was a black pair, or if you wanted something a bit special, then a pair of Puma Kings with a splash of white or the adidas Copa Mondials.
Red boots can vary from scarlet, vermillion, crimson, pale red pink to dark red burgundy.
Created by mixing yellow and red; Orange is named after the fruit, hues include Tangerine, Peach and Apricot
Hues of yellow include, Cream and Lemon, it is a bright primary colour, for standout boots!
Green boots can also be Emerald, Jade, Lime, Olive, Teal, Frog, Lazer, or Grass just make sure you can see them on the pitch!
Understated to bold, depending on the tone, blue can come in ultramarine, cobalt, navy, azure, sky blue and looks great with white or yellow
Between blue and red, looking great paired with both, purple has a regal look to it, worn by the games royalty, is that you?...
Not for the shy or reserved, pink is in your face colour, often seen on the feet of speedsters as they race past defenders, be bold.
Only for winners? Or those who know they will be...Gold is the ultimate statement in boots, you know you've got the goods, now show them.
A precious metal, Ag is silver's chemical element, focus on lifting trophies in your pair, win the silverware
Black-out; the classic boot colour, tripe black, academy pack, stealth, everybody looks good in black.
They won't stay clean for long, but they look sharp on pitch and were the first colour movement away from black boots
In the Seventies advances in technology meant that a variety of colours of boot could be made by manufacturers, 2006 brought laser technology to the boot making process, meaning fully customisable boots were possible, players could pick their own boot colour. By 2010 boot makers were using brighter and brighter tones to make boots stand out more and make it easier for team-mates to pick out each other with passes.