Nike Premier vs Adidas Copa Mundial
Bryan: Nike Premier – Nike has really pieced together a modern classic in the Premier and they work fantastically well on the pitch. Even though the Copa is a classic boot full of heritage, the performance is a little outdated and the weight falls well short of current expectations.
Kevin: Adidas Copa Mundial – Now we are talking, these are both real football boots, I really can’t decide between the two of them but I’ll go with the Copa’s as they have been around much longer (and I have a soft spot for a tongue on football boots).
Jim: Nike Premier – Right now the Copa is too bulky to keep up with the modern game in my opinion. I might catch some flack by saying this but even though some may consider it timeless, to me it just seems outdated. I truly won’t know until I try it out but right now I would want to try out the Premier first.
Tyler: Adidas Copa Mundial – Time honored and unchanged (relatively, for the time being) for over 30 years, the Mundial exudes old-school charm and new-school practicality. It’s the boot that keeps on giving.
Colin: Nike Premier – The Nike Premier is new, sleek, and light while the Adidas Copa Mundial is comfortable, classic, and has proven durability. That being said, I would go with the Nike Premier because of the increased flexibility of the soleplate and I feel they look better over all.
Ethan: Nike Premier – I take the Premier over the Mundial because it is a slightly more toned down heritage boot. I like how it doesn’t have the long tongue and the wrap around Nike swoosh is a beauty. Also, the Premier is slightly cheaper than the Mundial.
Richard: Adidas Copa Mundial – As much as the Nike Premier has revolutionized the economical heritage releases, the Copa’s have been doing their thing longer than I’ve been alive, and are still being worn by professional players. I wouldn’t be able to sleep if I didn’t choose the Copa’s here.
Final Tally: Premier 4 – Copa Mundial 3