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Tuesday , June 25 2024

Cleat reviews

Umbro UX-1 Review

Umbro UX-1 Upper

Just over a month ago, the folks at the Double Diamond dropped some subtle hints that they had a new boot on the horizon, ready for release before the World Cup. Upon release, the Umbro UX-1 drew some gasps and set a new tone for the brand as they step …

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Pan Super Sonic III – Boot Review

Pan Supersonic

Straight from Pan, the company from Thailand, I present to you the Pan Super Sonic III (which was also made in Thailand)! Other than my experience with x-blades this is my second jaunt out into the sea of obscure branded cleats. Most of you haven’t heard of the brand until this February …

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Puma evoSPEED 1.2 Leather Review

evoSPEED 1.2 Leather

In order to create a true lightweight boot, most brands have quickly acclimatized to using synthetic materials in the upper. In many cases, they also open up the floor and accompany their releases with a leather upper option also.  In Puma’s case, they have taken the 7oz evoSPEED 1.2 and added …

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Nike Tiempo Legacy Review

Nike Tiempo Legacy Review

Back in December, the release of the Nike Tiempo Legend V was met with plenty of positive reaction and fans flocked to the iconic cross stitched forefoot. Performance was also at a premium, although the increased price was also! Then there is the mid-tier boot in the range, the Tiempo …

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Nike Magista Obra – The Complete Review

Nike Magista Traction

With a blaze of glory, Nike introduced us to the Magista Obra a few weeks back and it immediately grasped the attention of boot fans worldwide. Never before have we seen a boot so imaginative that it includes a knit upper with a mid-cut collar, designed to secure your foot by …

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Adidas Copa Mundial Samba Review

Adidas Copa Mundial Samba

For most players, the Adidas Copa Mundial is the first boot that comes to mind when discussing classic, heritage designs. Since their release in 1978,  the boot has remained pretty much unchanged and it has somehow withstood the tests of time, fighting through every new release to hit the market. …

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Warrior Superheat S-Lite Review

Warrior Superheat Speed Boot

Back in November when Warrior Sports announced they were ready to drop their first ever speed boot, an air of optimism surrounded the release. With the Skreamer and Gambler already on the books, it seemed that the addition of the Superheat was set to solidify Warriors place as an established …

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Adidas F50 adiZero Leather Review

F50 adiZero Black Pack

Releasing a synthetic and leather version of the same boot is nothing new for the big brands. We regularly see companies introduce separate boots that feature each material to suit players with different performance needs. One of the most hotly discussed in recent times has come in the Adidas F50 …

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Puma evoPOWER 1 Review

evoPOWER Adap-Lite Upper

In what could be one of the smartest moves by a brand in recent times, Puma has tackled the Power category and produced a boot that goes against our natural expectations of a conventional “Power boot”. Aptly named the Puma evoPOWER 1, this is a release that combines the foots …

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Mizuno Morelia Neo Review

Mizuno Morelia Neo Lightweight

With Mizuno now a contender on the US market, it is a prime time for us to get testing the boots currently available to buy. First up is a boot I have personally being bursting at the seams to get my hands on over the past few months – the …

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Nike Tiempo Legend V Review

Nike Tiempo V Leather featured

Nike has left us in wait for a new Tiempo Legend release well longer than we all expected. It was June 2011 when we were introduced to the Tiempo Legend IV, so there was definitely plenty of excitement when we found out the Tiempo Legend V would be dropping. And …

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Adidas F50 adiZero Samba Review

Adidas F50 adiZero Samba Edition

With their minds fully focused on next Summer’s World Cup in Brazil, Adidas has added a fresh new version of the F50 adiZero as part of their vibrant “Samba Collection“. There is a lot of exciting updates to this edition and with the likes of Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale …

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Adidas adiPure 11Pro Samba Review

Adidas adiPure 11Pro Samba

Adidas are currently in full World Cup 2014 prep mode and part of that charge is the introduction of the new adiPure 11Pro Samba. In many circles, opinion of the adiPure range has not been extremely popular of late, with fans missing the traditional, rustic feel that came with the initial …

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