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Cleat reviews

Nike Bomba Finale II – The Review

Nike Bomba Finale II Toe

After a long stint as the top turf boot on the market the Bomba Finale finally got a successor. The Nike Bomba Finale II is unrecognizable from the previous Bomba finale, it seems to more closely resemble the Hypervenom as they both utilize NikeSkin in the upper. There has been …

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Mizuno Ignitus II KH – The Review

It’s not everyday that a rec league hacker can get his hands on a pair of boots which have been designed to the exact specifications of a World Class footballer! Thanks to my sister who was working in Japan, and brought me home a gift, I’ve been able to do …

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Ryal Europa: The Review

Ryal Europa featured

Italian, hand made, high quality kangaroo leather picked from Tuscan tanneries were some of the features that got me excited about reviewing the Ryal Europa. I’m a big fan of heritage leather football boots and was eager to find out if there was much difference between the standard machine made …

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Warrior Gambler S-Lite SG Review

Warrior Gambler S-Lite

In order to make a name in the market, you need to grab the attention of players and that is exactly the strategy Warrior Sports has taken with this new release. The Warrior Gambler is a definite control boot that comes with the slogan “Deal With It”. Since the release …

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Mizuno Wave Ignitus 3 Review

A few months back, Mizuno treated us to another one of their fabled power releases in the form of Wave Ignitus 3. The only unfortunate part is the fact that we still don’t have direct access to the Japanese brand here in the US, but that doesn’t stop us from …

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Mizuno Morelia Neo – The review

Mizuno Morelia Neo

The main selling point for the Mizuno Morelia Neo that they are one of the lightest kangaroo leather boots on the market, weighing a very impressive 170grams. A common opinion on lightweight models is that companies sacrifice durability and comfort in order to shed the weight of the boots. Having previously worn …

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Nike Hypervenom Phantom Review

Nike Hypervenom Phantom Review

In the weeks since we have seen the introduction of the Nike Hypervenom Phantom to the market, they have quickly transitioned from a “what are they?” release to a “I gotta have a pair!” Not only has Nike managed to get their point across about why they have decided to focus …

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Nike Premier Review

Nike Premier vs Tiempo

For many players, wearing classic and traditional styled boots is the only way to go. For a long time, the Adidas Copa Mundial has been the mainstay when it comes to classically inspired boots, while it has been an area that Nike has sort of avoided by sticking with more …

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Puma evoSPEED 1.2 Review

evoSPEED detailing

When it comes to speed boots, Puma know what they are doing and they usually do it well. Case in point, this latest evoSPEED 1.2 release. With the likes of Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao endorsing the range, you can tell there are some key characteristics that define the type of player …

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Adidas Nitrocharge 1.0 Review

Adidas Nitrocharge Review

With the release of the Adidas Nitrocharge 1.0, we were introduced to a boot that has been tailored to a very specific player – the Engine. This is the first time we have seen Adidas take this approach, although it is not something that is new to the market. All …

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Puma PowerCat 1.12 SL Review

Mixing power with lightweight to create a new type of hybrid seems to be a common theme for companies right now. Adidas has done it with the Predator and Nike are on the verge of doing it, so it only makes sense that Puma would also have a boot to …

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Umbro Geometra Pro II Review

For a while now, we have been wondering what is going on with Umbro and how their sale from Nike would affect what direction the company takes. Well in between the changeover, we have been treated to what looks like a Nike/Umbro hybrid of sorts in the form of the …

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