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Orange Boots

Being one of the more lively tones, orange also adds some serious heat to any design, and it's easy to see why road cones are born orange. When standing out while exuding obvious authority is a must, orange is your go-to colour. Get lively add orange to your boots, take home one of the pairs available below.

Remember that orange boots are like firefighters, it's such an effective colour that it's more often than not used in contrast to save more serious colours from disaster and to bring them back to life.

Top 11 Orange Boots Ever

Nike Hypervenom Phantom Bright Citrus

It took something massive to replace the established T90 Laser silo and it came in the form of the Nike Hypervenom launched in orange and black. Marketed as a boot for 'a new breed of attackers,' the Hypervenom was starred by Neymar and featured a newly developed soft and supple NikeSkin upper-a mesh-based material with a thin polyurethane film that produced a barefoot-like sensation with ball contact. With the T90 Laser being tanky in build and armed with shooting elements, the Hypervenom was a revolutionary u-turn for Nike at that time.

Nike Mercurial Superfly VI Fast by Nature

The first edition of the Superfly 6 made a star-studded entrance in London featuring the likes of Hazard, Neymar, and Alexis Sanchez. Dubbed as Superfly 360, the Superfly 6 highlighted an advancement in Flyknit that allowed the construction of the material into a fully one-piece upper. The Superfly 6 also had a podular split outsole that served as the foundation of the aerotrac spine in the current Superfly 7.

Adidas F50 Adizero Messi Neon Orange

This exclusive Messi F50 Adizero launched ahead of the 2014-2015 season and the bright neon orange of the upper served as the backdrop for the abundant words that describe Lionel Messi. The boot had Messi's iconic 'M' logo at the back of the heel to further signify its exclusiveness. The silo's trademark technologies of thin Hybridtouch upper and lightweight Sprintframe outsole blended well with Messi's nimbleness.

Nike Mercurial Vapor Shock Orange

While the first generation of the Vapors was dominated by the Brazilian Ronaldo, the Vapor Shock Orange was going to be iconic as it was the first boot given to the Portuguese Ronaldo when he became a Nike player.

Nike Magista Obra Intense Heat

March had seen significant Nike releases and in 2015, a Total Orange Magista Obra was introduced. The Flyknit boot was immediately put into use by then Bayern Munich player Mario Gotze as its conical studs were perfect for an attacking playmaking midfielder. It was the Magista Obra that happened to be Gotze's boots when he scored Germany's winner in the 2014 World Cup finals.

Nike Mercurial Superfly 7 Laser Orange

The current generation of the Mercurial Superfly got its debut in mid-2019 and was immediately followed up with the release of the limited edition Laser Orange. The white 'MERC' and 'JUST DO IT' rearfoot callouts expanded to the underfoot against the backdrop of a unique black 'just do it' graphic print. It showed how much can be done design-wise with the 360° construction of the Flyknit upper multitextured with high tenacity yarns.

Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Virgil Abloh OFF WHITE

This boot was made special as it was a product of Nike's collaboration with renowned fashion designer Virgil Abloh. The collaboration resulted in the Vapor 12 being dressed in bright orange with big playful white and blue dots as well as OFF WHITE's industrial style labelling for 'KNIT' and 'LOGO.'

Nike Mercurial Superfly 6 Kim Jones

This was another boot produced by Nike in collaboration with a famous fashion designer, this time being Kim Jones. The boot was sort of a recreation of CR7's safari printed Mercurials with Kim Jone also being inspired by childhood in Africa. The boot was worn by Ronaldo in his March 2018 clash against PSG and propelled him to score a goal with his trademark hang time header.

Mizuno Morelia Neo 2 Orange Clownfish

What was unique about this 2017 Morelia Neo 2 was the fact that it had some sort of an orange clownfish fin graphic on a black midfoot, a departure from the simple and minimalist used of colours by Mizuno with their other boots. Nonetheless, this boot had what made MNR2 a top leather speed boot-Scotchguard K-leather forefoot, slim profile, wave fit lacing system, and a multi-studded Pebax outsole.

Adidas F50 adizero Prime Warning

Starting in 2011 and up until 2014 Adidas held the lightest boot title with the Prime F50 adizero. To do so, this iconic orange boot incorporated kevlar laces and an adiLite single layer upper with no extra padding or foam.

Adidas Nemeziz 18+ Energy Mode

While the Nemeziz 18.1 Messi exclusive Energy Mode received significant attention for obvious reason, the Nemeziz 18+ silo had an actual orange Energy Mode release, and its glory was on full display as Firmino secured Brazil's second goal against Mexico to progress to the last 8 of the 2018 World Cup.

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