Wednesday , January 19 2022

Cleat reviews

Puma V1.10 Review

The Puma V1.10 has hit the US market, nearly two weeks earlier than expected! We are not complaining though, as we have had over two weeks to test them out, and I have been eagerly awaiting 10/10 to arrive! The v1.10 is Puma’s latest follow-up to the popular v1.08, with some advanced updates in …

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Nike Tiempo 94: Commemorating US Soccer History

You have got to love this latest Nike Tiempo release, specially designed to commemorate the US team of ’94. I remember when the 1994 World Cup took place here in the US, I was glued to a TV in Ireland throughout the tournament, as the Irish team battled to the first knockout stage. Ireland’s first …

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Umbro Speciali Review

I find it intriguing how different companies approach different market places. One example of this is Umbro. Back in Ireland (where I grew up), Umbro is seen to be one of the absolute leaders in terms of footwear and soccer gear. Yet, here in the US, the company has taken a …

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Diadora Maracana Turf Cleat Review

When playing on turf I usually go straight for firm ground shoes, but recently I started wearing turf specific shoes during training. I have to say that they have been working out real well! The reason I prefer firm ground cleats is because they feel more natural too me, especially as a winger as …

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Umbro SX Valor II Review

One of Umbro’s big releases in the past year was the Umbro SX Valor II cleat, and it brings style and comfort to those that wear them. Worn by the likes of John Terry and Deco, the SX Valor II have received good reviews simply because Umbro have been able …

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Under Armour Create Review

The second release in Under Armour’s attack on the soccer market is the Under Armour Create soccer cleat. At first glance, the Create is very different to any other cleat in the market, with Under Armour definitely stamping their style on the cleat. Technology is something that UA have placed …

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Lotto Zhero Evolution Due Review

Lotto have built a reputation for creating high quality cleats with an unmistakeable Italian style and flair. The Lotto Zhero Evolution Due is no different as it delivers on performance, while also offering a stylish look. Add to this one of the most unique features available on any cleat on the market, Twist’N Go technology, and you have …

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mi Adidas Personalized F50 TUNIT

Adidas have given soccer players the unique ability to create and personalize their own pair of F50 TUNiT cleats. This is a pretty cool concept that allows players to have cleats designed in the way that they want, ending with a one off design that no one else will have! …

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Under Armour Dominate Review

One of the newest companies to enter the soccer cleat market is Under Armour. There is no doubting that UA has a stranglehold in the top US sporting markets (Baseball and American Football) but the big question lies in whether or not they gain a piece of the soccer industry. …

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Diadora Maracana RTX 12 Review

The latest boot to be released by Diadora is the stylish Maracana RTX 12 cleat. One thing that I have come to appreciate over time is value for money, and when you can match that with a comfortable boot, you are on to a winning formula. That is exactly what …

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Adidas adiPURE II Review

One cleat that we have not got around to reviewing, but have been very keen to feature, is the Adidas adiPURE II. Now,for anyone that is a fan of the Adidas Copa Mundial cleat, you will be interested to find out about the adiPURE. The first range of the adiPURE …

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Concave PT+ Review

The Concave PT+ is a boot built on the concept of support and protection! Every soccer season, we see new developments and innovation in soccer cleat technology, and this past year was no different. One of the latest cleats to arrive on the market and cause a stir is the advanced Concave …

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Adidas Powerswerve DB review

Adidas latest release in the Predator range is the Powerswerve DB. DB stands for David Beckham, one of the greatest set piece takers ever to grace a soccer field. And this is no doubt the reason Adidas have made the alterations that they have to this latest release. The Powerswerve is …

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Diadora LX K Pro Tested

USA 1 IRELAND 3 This was the result of the first game I got to test out the Diadora LX K Pro. It was a Christmas Challenge game, and being Irish, taking the win on a warm December 28th Sunday morning made the experience even better! I even managed to …

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