Personalized soccer cleats are all the rage at the moment, and that is quiet evident on the latest Nike releases. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani and Theo Walcott have been sporting their own personalized Nike Mercurial Superfly II and Vapor VI’s in the past few weeks. I am using the images to illustrate a point.
When I saw these images I had to post them….simply because they really portray the life of a pro footballer. It is not very often that you get to see boots this close up – mud and all! We often get caught up in companies advertising campaigns that show the perfect cleat that turns the player into a superstars. But in fact, it is the other way around as it is the blood, sweat and tears of a soccer player, the work-rate and determination that make the boots look good. No matter what soccer cleats you wear, you still have to go out on the pitch and perform. And whether you pay $50 or $400 for a new pair, it only matters how you feel while wearing them and how hard you are willing to work on the field!
(Images via DayLife)