There have been several games recently where it seems like every player on the pitch seems to be wearing Yellow boots. Companies seem to go through trends with their releases and pretty frequently we see them piggy-backing off each others designs. Over the past few months it has seriously been all about yellow. Of course, the actual shade varies and some companies go a little heavier than others but as you can see from below there is definitely plenty of options for anyone looking for a bright and flavorful new pair.
Here is a look at some of the Yellow boots currently on the market.
1 – Nike CTR360 Maestri III in Citrus/Black/White (Find A Pair)
As one of the leading playmaker boots on the market, we have seen plenty of this boots on fields around the world. With the likes of Andres Iniesta sporting them, you can be sure that they are fit for players who like to get on the ball.
2 – Nike Total90 Laser IV in Volt/Citron/Black (Find A Pair)
Even though they have a reputation for being more of an attacking boot, I can’t help but think about centerbacks when I see this colorway. Manchester United centerbacks, in particular, seem to have a liking for them with Rio Ferdinand and Johnny Evans sporting them side by side. Even John Terry has had his feet in a pair for the past few weeks.
3 – Adidas F50 adiZero in Vivid Yellow/Black/Green Zest (Find A Pair)
We got to see Lionel Messi break this initial F50 adiZero colorway in and as usual he shone in the bright yellow color. In recent weeks it has been Gareth Bale who has been putting the lightweight boots front and center in the performance charts.
4 – Adidas Predator LZ in Vivid Yellow/Black/White/Vivid Pink (Find A Pair)
The boot worn by one of the most prolific passers in the game right now – Xavi. That says it all for the LZ, which is intended to be a real power/control hybrid. The Yellow to Black fade on this version is really clean, but it is the Vivid Pink detailing that makes them pop.
5 – PUMA King in Blazing Yellow/Black/White (Find A Pair)
The latest King release, or the 2013 edition, has been strongly pushed as the creators boot. Players like Michael Carrick, Mikel Arteta and Yaya Toure seem to represent the type of player that Puma want these boots to live with and they have been consistent in pointing that out. I personally love the design on this one.
6 – PUMA PowerCat 1.12 in Blazing Yellow/Medieval Blue/Flame Scarlet (Find A Pair)
A boot full of power that has become the staple for players such as Cesc Fabregas, this latest colorway takes on a rich coat and a very prominent look. Puma has gone with a similar color combo on its other releases, but this is the version that has received most positive attention to date.
7 – PUMA evoSPEED 1 Graphic in Blazing Yellow/Medieval Blue/Flame Scarlet (Find A Pair)
This is the speed boot that Puma would love to have ever high profile striker wearing! They actually have a pretty nice set of players on their books with Radamel Falcoa and Sergio Aguero taking advantage of what they have to offer.
8 – Umbro Geometra II in Sulphur Spring/Dark Navy/White (Find A Pair)
The newest release on the market and one I haven’t yet had the chance to test out. Designed to be another control option, the first edition of the Geometra II comes in this cool but slightly offset yellow color.
9 – Diadora Evoluzione K in Silver/Match Winner/Black (Find A Pair)
Ok, so there is not a whole lot of yellow on this latest Diadora release, but there is enough to give it a shout out. Again, not a whole lot of players wearing the Evoluzione unless of course you are checking out the list of players in Italy.
10 – Umbro GT2 Pro in Neon Yellow/Black/Cyan Blue (Find A Pair)
We are yet to really see any high profile players wearing this new Umbro GT colorway. The overall look is extremely bold and the transition from Cyan to Neon Yellow is definitely dramatic.
alot of these are actually green, just saying
A lot of good colorways on this list. The Puma King colorway is pretty nice but I can't say I like the direction they went with the design. What's the point of having a heritage boot line when it looks like the most new-age shoe in your entire line-up?