Green Boots

Green equals style. It’s a simple equation really. As a base tone, green gives a boot energy and life. When used as an accent, it gives it a snarl! Being one of the most natural colours, green lends itself to a nice balance between style and self-expression. While not as loud as some of the other tones, green still makes a statement, but does so with class.

If the pitch isn’t too muddy and still has some grass, then perhaps you’ll get a camouflage effect with your green boots disappearing before the eyes of the opposition?! Perhaps not..

adidas Green Boots

One of the most recent green pairs from adidas are their Speedportal boots, a stunning release that stood out on pitch despite the class with the grass.

Green Nike Pairs

Luminous Tiempo Legend

The last leathered Tiempo Legend provides a greenish volt colourway before the silo’s exit from K-leather. It’s probably one of the lightest boot in terms of the green shade, almost bordering yellow.

Bonded Pack

Created for the 2022 Women’s European Championships in England, the Bonded pack, were a very subtle green with brighter colours on top.

Puma Green Options

To end the 2022/23 season, Puma dropped the Future and Ultra with predominantly green colourways, alternating the primary and accent colours between the boots.

The Future in this pack took on the yellowish volt green as its base colour, while the minty, peppermint tone got assigned to the Puma speed boot.

Top 10 Green Football Boots

Superfly 4 SE Electric Green

Nike Mercurial Superfly 4 SE Electric Green

This special edition boot was launched in August 2014 to kick off that season and was worn exclusively by the mercurial Cristiano Ronaldo. The tongueless design allowed the Flyknit upper to be configured with a truly one-piece construction and combined with Nikeskin and ACC.
Launch Ace Purecontrol 16+

adidas Ace 16+ Purecontrol Launch Colourway

The Ace 16+ Purecontrol was launched in January 2016 and was worn by Mesut Ozil. The Primeknit-uppered boot was adidas first thrust into the world of laceless boots and would spawn laceless designs for subsequent adidas silos.
Grass V1.06

Puma Grass v1.06

The boot was first introduced in 2006 and got a reissue in its 10th anniversary. It became a hit as it was significantly ahead of its time with how lightweight it was, featuring an extremely thin Scholler ConTec upper and a Puma Lace Wrapping System that functioned similarly to what Nike’s Ghost Laces are doing now. The Puma Grass v106 was originally worn by the likes of Samuel Eto’o and Peter Crouch.
Green Zest F50 adiZero

adidas F50 adiZero Green Zest/Running White/Dark Blue

Released in December 2012, this boot was part of the continuous evolution of the legendary F50 adiZero silo and none other than the living legend Lionel Messi had suited up the said boot. It was an extremely lightweight boot back in its time and its texture Sprintskin upper ensured touch won’t be affected by wet weather conditions.
Green Lighting Storm Hypervenom

Nike Hypervenom Phantom II Green Strike Lightning Storm

Launched in 2015, the Nike Hypervenom Phantom II Lightning Storm was available in Total Orange and Green Strike colourways, with the Green Strike specifically designed for Neymar Jr.’s use. The Lightning Storm pack featured Nike’s silos at that time in bold and vibrant colours. Official Nike text about the Lightning Storm pack launch can be read here
Energy Mode Messi Nemeziz

adidas Nemeziz 18.1 Energy Mode

This signature edition boot was Lionel’s Messi’s wheels during his 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign and will always be part of Messi’s highlight reel with its gracing of his superb first touch en route to a goal against Nigeria.
Electric Green T90 Laser 2

Nike T90 Laser III Electric Green/Red/Black

The boot was launched in late 2009 and its colourway served as the inspiration to that of the Phantoms in the Future Lab II pack. Fernando Torres was the T90 Laser’s poster boy at that time, wearing these green boots along with Wayne Rooney, putting their ‘Shot Pad’ instep pods to good use.
Highlight Pack Obra

Nike Magista Obra Highlight

This boot was part of the Highlight pack released in early 2015 for players who had advanced to the quarterfinals of that season’s Champions League. This poison green Magista Obra featured a high-contrast orange Swoosh, and this pattern of a bright colourway with a contrast Nike logo led some to call the Highlight pack the Reverse pack instead.
Radiation Flare Vapor XI

Nike Mercurial Vapor 11 Radiation Flare

The green Vapor was introduced in January 2011 and popular Mercurial players at that time were Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexis Sanchez who wore this Electric Green/Black pair, with a Teijin upper the boot had an anatomical soleplate that formed to the shape of your underfoot, to give you a personalised base.
Turbocharge X16 Pure Chaos

adidas X 16+ Purechaos Turbocharge

The solar green X 16+ Purechaos was a standout pair of the March 2017 pack, and was given more prominence with it being used by Gareth Bale and Thomas Muller. The Non-Stop Grip texture on the upper offered boot-ball friction for enhanced touch and the Techfit collar provided a sock-like boot-to-foot transition.

Dean Ariola

Dean has worked Chief writer at the Black & Orange team since 2020, he has an indepth knowledge of all the soccer shoes from the big brands, you have him to thank for all the updates to our Boot Secrets guide and he is first on the scene with all the new releases for you!

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