Friday , February 23 2024

Cleat reviews

Puma King Finale Review

If you want a boot that is built around pure tradition, look no further than the ever graceful Puma King range! Since 1968, they have been one of the premier choices of players all around the world and we can understand why. There are not many boots that can survive the market …

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Adidas adiPure IV Review

Take one look at the Adidas adiPure IV and you know they are a boot designed around the ideals of class. I have had them in testing for the past 3 weeks and everything about them oozes quality. The adiPure range has a reputation of being a boot designed for …

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Reebok Instante Pro Review

One company we hear little about here in the US soccer market is Reebok, and having tested the Reebok Instante Pro I am starting to get an understanding of just why! I must apologize for the delay in posting this review (which I started around 3 months ago) but these …

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Nike CTR360 Maestri II Elite Review

One area where Nike have really excelled in the past few years is delivering boots tailored to specific players on the pitch, and the new CTR360 Maestri II again fits the playmaker mold. You only have to take a look at the players wearing these (Cesc Fabregas, Landon Donovan, Andres …

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Puma King Diego Review

There is no doubting that the Puma King is a boot fabled around tradition, with a great reputation to match! Top players the world over have been wearing them in games all over the world since 1968 – that means the range spans back 42 years of top flight soccer! …

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Nike Tiempo Classic AG Review

Throughout the past 12 months, there has been one strong new trend on the field that I have specifically noticed – a shift towards Artificial Grass (or AG) soccer cleats. AGs are, as you would expect, designed specifically for artificial soccer pitches. The unique layout and design of the molded …

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Puma V1.08 Review

After several people emailed requesting some information on the Puma V1.08 range, I realized that I never featured a review after posting an update that I had purchased them. Since these are the predecessor to the latest Puma V1.10, it might not come easy to find a pair but a …

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Mizuno Wave Ignite Review

It has taken longer than I would have liked to get this review out, but finally the Mizuno Wave Ignite has been tested! Now, I know many of you are looking for a review of the Ignitus, but the Ignite offers the same technology and fit as the slightly more …

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Nike T90 Laser III – Reviews by Alfonso

A few months back we featured a new segment where we got the thoughts and reviews of current Rochester Rhino midfielder Alfonso Motagalvan. The idea of the segments is to give a completely unbiased review from a player who plays at a professional level in US soccer. The USL season …

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Adidas adi5 X Turf Review

Since there are so many players playing on artificial surfaces these days, it seems only appropriate that I branch into reviews of shoes designed specifically for turf surfaces. First up, I have been testing the vibrant Lemon Peel/Fairway version of the Adidas adi5 X turf shoe over the past 4 …

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Umbro GT Pro Review

Every so often, a new boot comes along that just flat out surprises you – and that was my reaction while testing the Umbro GT Pro. To be honest, I have never really been a big Umbro fan, although I have worn several different Umbro boots through my career. One …

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Adidas Copa Mundial Review

Adidas Copa Mundial

I’m not sure what it is, but there is just something about the Adidas Copa Mundial! Somehow, they have managed to survive the release of several generations of soccer cleats and they continue to be one of the top selling boots on the market. What is even more impressive is …

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Nike Total 90 Laser III Elite Review

The Nike Total 90 Laser III is a cleat that is designed with specialized details, tailored towards a specific category of soccer player. Earlier this year we reviewed the T90 Laser III with decent results and were excited to be able to get or hands on a pair of Elites. …

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Puma V1.10 SL Review

There is no doubting that the Puma V1.10 SL is built around speed! Weighing in at 5.3oz, it is currently the lightest soccer cleat to be released on the market and unbelievably light when you pick them up. But there are several other keys areas that need to be addressed …

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