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Red Boots

Dean Ariola

Red is the colour of beasts. Kiddies and artists alike have coloured in bad guys with red since time immemorial. Red makes a boot look like it’s flexing its’ muscles in readiness for a fight. Flex your finger muscles and check out the red boots we have available for you below!

Nike Red Pairs


GX 2 Haaland Force9

If you like red boots and a fan of Erling Haaland, this is the boot for you. That mostly red look and minimal dark blue accents are based on his Norwegian roots. The metallic finish of the Swooshes and the iridescence on the outsole make up for a proper signature boot.

Mercurial Dream Speed 007

The Mercurial Dream Speed 007 was a take on CR7’s prime days with the Red Devils. Notable design on this red boot was the Xs and Os as well as the orange accents coming from the sole and the trims comprising the MDS branding. The Swoosh sat well in white with black outline.

Nike Phantoms Ready Pack

Nike’s 23/24 season-opening pack involves red Phantom boots, both the GX and the Luna. The Luna has that all-over colour application, whereas the GX Ready Pack combines its red Gripknit with a black tongue and quarter. The Mercurials are actually white, but they do have an eye-catching red quarter trim with ‘AIR’ branding cutout.

Red adidas Football Boots

Energy Citrus X Crazyfast

The last couple of months for the 2023/24 season had adidas offering the X Crazyfast in a predominantly red colourway with white stripes and outsole. Especially for the LL and Laced, an additional lip formed and add more to the secondary colour detailing. 

If you’re a Warrior at heart, red is your colour. While it’s a common but powerful colour on a boot, Red also has a long history. It represented the god of war to the ancient Romans, it’s made lots of Bulls angry, and stopped countless cars in their tracks. Of all the colours, red has the most impressive reputation.

Mizuno’s Red Boots

The Passion pack from Japanese boot manufacturer Mizuno used stunning red leather across their boot lines.

New Balance Red Boots

Saka 2023 Furon Signature

Sake made Ealing proud as he put them front and centre in his retail signature red Furon launched at the beginning of 2023. A tonal graphic inspired by the coat of arms partnered with silver applications for the ‘progress’ and ‘unity’ wordmarks to provide the design to the red base.

Top 9 Red Boots Ever

Mercurial Superfly 5 CR7 Campeões

Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 CR7 Campeões

This signature Ronaldo boots was launched in June 2017 to celebrate Portugal’s success in Euro 2016, and it was for this reason that the colours of the aforementioned ‘Speed ribbed’ Flyknit Superfly was inspired both by the colours of the national team and Ronaldo’s passionate support from the bench despite his in-game injury.

Predator Mania 2002 Remake

Adidas Predator Mania 2002 Remake

The Predator Mania was one of the iconic Predators and had a remake introduced last December 2019. David Beckham even modelled for the release of the boots to complete the nostalgia concerning the OG boots worn by the likes of Zidane, Raul, del Piero, and Gerrard. The fold-over tongue, rubber fins, Adidas stripes, and asymmetrical lacing all made a return to combine with a synthetic leather upper and an updated Sprintframe outsole.

Superfly IV Hyperpunch-Gold-Black

Nike Mercurial Superfly 4 Hyper Punch/Gold/Black (Launch Colourway)

The Nike Mercurial Superfly IV was released a few months ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, perfect timing to bring the Superfly back into the spotlight after years of hiatus. Cristiano Ronaldo modelled the announcement event in Madrid and showcased the introduction of Flyknit to the Mercurials as well as its speedy combination with the tendon-like Brio cables.

Morelia Neo 2 Samurai

Mizuno Morelia Neo 2 Samurai

This leather speed boot from the respected Japanese brand Mizuno was released in its classy Samurai red form in September 2019. The silo was worn by the likes of Hulk and Fernando Torres and featured a modern, slim profile and a premium Scotchguard K-leather forefoot for the optimum level of comfort, fit and durability.

Hypervenom Phantom III Fire

Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 Fire

Fire and Ice’ was and still is Nike’s largest pack release ever and included the Hypervenom Phantom 3 in its fiery shade dubbed as ‘Universal Red.’ The said pack featured prominently in a 2017 Man Utd-Chelsea match with the red devils wearing the Fire boots and Marcus Rashford specifically wearing the Fire Hypervenom 3. The boots known attributes were its poron-podded Flyknit upper, dynamic fit collar, and Flywire support cables.

X 16+ Purechaos Red Limit

Adidas X 16+ Purechaos Red Limit

This Adidas silo was worn heavily by Bale and Suarez and got its red incarnation in November 2016, with Suarez immediately using it in Barcelona’s domestic matches that month. Its synthetic upper featured a Non-Stop Grip texturing as well as a Techfit ankle collar.

Chapter 7 Built on Dreams

Nike Mercurial Superfly VI CR7 Chapter 7: Built on Dreams

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Chapter boots series came to its conclusion in September 2018 with the Mercurial Superfly VI Chapter 7: Built on Dreams. Simply reflecting CR7’s memorable and enduring career, this version of the Superfly 6 saw its microtextured Flyknit and Nikeskin overlay covered in pure red that fades to silver around the toe. The boot also had a ‘7’ graphic and signature on the inner side of the heel.

Vapor 13 Future DNA

Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 Future DNA

Both the original and the remake make our list, launched last in March 2020, the Vapor 13 Future DNA finally put the supposed colourway of the OG Vapor Superfly into existence. While the fit and feel of the Vapor 13’s Flyknit and high tenacity yarns are enough to have the boot as a collectable, the boot is even made more special by its colourway that brings back memories of one of the most controversial stories in the football boot history-the delayed release of the Mercurial Vapor Superfly 1.

V106 Red Anniversary

Puma V106 Red Anniversary

The boots once worn by Samuel Eto’o got a 10th-anniversary re-release in February 2016. V106 was Puma’s first venture in the speed boot category and the Red Anniversary variation featured the same tech, such as the lightweight ConTec upper and the Lace Wrap system. The V106 eventually evolved to evoSPEED SL line.


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!