Friday , May 20 2022

Cleat reviews

Pele 1962 Redeemer Review

We have become familiar with lightweight, advanced releases coming from Pele Sports in recent times, with the Trinity 3E taking center stage. But they also currently have a more classically designed release on the market, the Pele 1962 Redeemer, that can only be described as a boot on another mission. With …

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Fila Soundwave Review (Yes, We Said Fila!)

I’m not going to lie….I am the last person that expected to be reviewing a pair of Fila boots on SoccerCleats101. They are not a boot commonly associated with soccer, in fact I don’t actually know of a professional soccer player that has ever worn the brand in a top …

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Pirma Supreme III Review

Pirma Supreme

A company that has consistently flown right under the radar is Pirma. The Mexican brand has not really pushed any advertising on the US market, which is surprising considering players continually rave about their value for money. The Pirma Supreme III is a boot built as a primed, low maintenance, …

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Joma Fit 100 Ultralight Review

Joma Fit 100 Image

You might recall a few weeks back we highlighted the revamped Joma Total Fit release that features an updated, more streamlined design. Well, its younger brother – the Joma Ultra Fit 100 Ultralight – has also under gone a facelift and we decided it would be the perfect opportunity to …

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Concord Techno Kangaroo Review

Concord Techno Kangaroo

We haven’t featured Concord much on SoccerCleats101, in fact they have only come up once before, but that is an inaccurate depiction of what this company has to offer. In fact, there has been quite the buzz surrounding this Techno Kangaroo release, primarily driven by its sleek blackout design. The …

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Nike Mercurial Miracle III Review

Nike Miracle III Sail

For those that stick to more economical priced options on the market, this review seems like an absolute must read. The Nike Miracle III is a boot with a lot of attitude and positive performance benefits for players of all levels. Not only has Nike given it a similar look …

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Nike CTR360 Maestri III Review

Sonic Yellow Nike CTR360 Maestri III

If there is one thing Nike has done well in the past, it is produce a top range of Control boots. Coming off some successful releases, this latest CTR360 Maestri III, or the third installment in the silo, has a lot to live up to. One thing is clearly evident …

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Pele Trinity 3E K Review

Pele Trinity K Wet Conditions

It has been a tough week of training and along with that came the opportunity to really put the pair of Pele Trinity 3E K that arrived in last week through their paces. I normally wouldn’t rush to get a review out so fast, but under the circumstances and since …

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Aspero Classic 2012 Boot Review

Aspero Classic

We are always fond of seeing new boots hit the market, and although the Aspero Classic 2012 hasn’t hit the shores of the US yet, they are a boot that has raised a lot of interest in Europe. A German company, Aspero are currently working on finding a niche spot …

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Puma evoSPEED 1 Review

evoSPEED Leather Upper

Speed boots are consistently seen to be a top choice for soccer players right across the pitch. The latest installment from Puma, the evoSPEED 1, offers a fresh break from their long serving and speed driven V series. There is an air of simplicity about the boot and they take …

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Umbro GT2 Pro Review

Umbro GT2 Front

If you are looking for a speed boot that offers a different take from the mainline releases, the Umbro GT2 Pro is a boot that is worth checking out. When this boot was released, they actually garnered plenty of media attention for their full-flavored look and independent charm. In a …

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