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Childrens & Kids

The boots we've put together below are are available in sizes junior sizes 1 through to 13½ and are the ones we recommend for children. Kids boots are designed to provide ultimate protection, stability and flexibility without compromising speed, agility and acceleration. Here is a list of the highest quality kids football boots on the market today:

The Nike Mercurial Victory allows for the younger generation of whoms feet are growing at a rapid rate to lace-up in a pair of boots modelled on the same designs as the world class professionals within the game such as Eden Hazard, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Philippe Countinho however are constructed with alternate synthetic materials.


Emulate arguably the greatest player of all time, Lionel Messi, by lacing up in his signature boot the adidas Messi 15.1 of which possesses the revolutionary tehnologies of the stabilising messiFRAME, touch enhancing upper, and responsive messiGAMBETRAX sole plate.


The Vapor X poses as one of the highest quality boots on the market through an ultra-thin Teijin synthetic upper which makes for a lightweight product for optimal speed whilst offering a barefoot feel when touching and striking the ball. Lacing-up in the Vapor X allows for younger players to match their heroes of Eden Hazard, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Philippe Coutinho.


The Hypervenom Phantom II is Nike's top level agility range within the kids football boot collection. Matching the same colour-ways as worn by the goal scoring wonders of Robert Lewandowski, Edinson Cavani, and Daniel Sturridge the young attacking players of the game can emulate the goals scored by their favourite strikers.


The aptly named Puma evoPOWER 1.2 has not only been engineered to offer optimal power and accuracy when striking the ball however is also endorsed by formidable Italian striker Mario Balotelli. Offering padded striking zones across the forefoot, Premier League midfielders Yaya Toure and Cesc Fabregas also lace-up in the boots to help dominate the game.


The ACE 15.1 poses as the successor to the famous Predator range and has been engineered by adidas to offer increased control on the ball to allow players in various positions to overshadow their oppoents by setting the tempo and maintaining possession. The technically gifted players of Mesut Ozil, James Rodriguez, and Ivan Rakitic all lace-up in the Ace silo.


The X 15.1 is designed to provide players with the added arsenal and game changing magic to produce match winning moments which therefore sees the attacking stars of Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez, and Arjen Robben lace-up in the X range.


The evoSPEED 1.4 is constructed by Puma with the design criteria focused on creating a lightweight boot to maximise pure pace. The evoSPEED 1.4 poses as the cheaper and more durable boot compared to the SL version which showcases the silo as an ideal option for the younger generation.


The Phelon poses as the more affordable version of Nike's Hypervenom range which gives young players with fast growing feet the ability to emulate their heroes of Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane without spending the high prices for the top level boots.


The control-themed Magista Onda is the youth version of Nike's adult Opus and Orden and possesses a much cheaper price-tag so younger players can lace-up in the same styled boots as Barcelona's midfield duo of Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets.


Kids Football Boots

If you don't see a pair that you want above, try searching by boot brand and look out for the icon next to the boots, if you see that it indicates that they are suitable for children.

In 1995 Alan Hansen famously said, "you'll never win anything with kids" when Manchester United lost their opening game of the season to Aston Villa. Youth team players including David Beckham, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt were introduced to the first team, Hansen was proved wrong as United went on to win the league and cup double that season.



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