Scroll down to find the review of the boot you are after, we look at Nike, adidas, Puma, Mizuno & Skechers as well as the cheaper academy boots available from these brands too.
Nike Boot Reviews
Mercurial Superfly vs Vapor
Nike’s speed boots, the only difference between this pair is the sock like collar added to the Superfly, the Vapor are one of the most popular boots with professionals.
Phantom GX & Phantom Luna
Nike’s Phantom line comes in 3 models the GX with a dynamic fit collar and a low edition and then the Luna which is designed with female feet in mind.
Tiempo & Premier
All eyes will always be on the Tiempo Legend, Nike’s main heritage boot. But it has now moved on to the world of synthetic leather, and so the Nike Premier remains the brands last option for a pair of K-leather boots. Check them out now as they will soon be gone too.
Cheaper Nike Academy Models
Popular with youngsters, amateurs and those just wanting a cheap boot that looks like what the pros wear, Nike’s academy line suits many players well:
If you want to have a head-to-head comparison of the boots, we got you covered here. Especially when boots have a similar identity or feature, comparing and contrasting them is a perfect way to narrow down your boot search.
adidas Boot Reviews
adidas have three main lines, the Predator, X and Copa, each available in laced and laceless versions as well as in .3 budget options. Each review looks at the laced and LL (laceless) models.
Puma Boot Reviews
Puma have three models we compare: their Future, Ultra and King.
Mizuno Boot Reviews
The Japanese boot maker is known for its premium K-leather boots, with the Morelia representing the classic line and the Neo the modern take. Apart from that, Mizuno has also finally dipped their toes in the synthetic world and has the Alpha as their high-end entry.
New Balance Boot Reviews
With most major brands reintroducing synthetics to their main line offerings, New Balance has pounced on the void regarding quality knit-based football boots. They offer the Furon speed boot worn by the likes of Bukayo Saka and Sadio Mane, with the laceless Tekela providing a solid secondary act.
Skechers Boot Reviews
Skechers might be a recognised running shoe brand, but certainly not so much as a football boot maker. With Harry Kane on-board though, it has made a hyped entry to the football boot industry with the SKX. We’ll see if more will join England’s number 9 and wear Skechers on the pitch.
We are currently testing lots of models of boots and waiting to collate feedback before posting to these pages, so if there is something you want to know, we can probably already answer the question, just send us an email and we will get back to you ASAP.