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Lotto Zhero Gravity Ultra Spicy Orange Released

All you need to do is read the official colorway of this Lotto Zhero Gravity Ultra release to get an idea of what this soccer cleat is all about – Spicy Orange/Black. Kudos to Lotto for trying something completely new and for releasing what could be one of the most …

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Puma Liga Finale Sala Indoor Review

Puma are a company that never fail to deliver on creating quality soccer apparel, and so goes the story with this 80’s inspired Liga Finale Sala indoor shoe. One of the more attractive aspects of this shoe is that it can easily double as an everyday street shoe, with a …

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Select Brillant Super Giveaway

**UPDATE – Competition has closed. The correct answer was of course 1965, which about 95% of you got correct! Again there was a HUGE response, thanks all for entering. And the winner of the ball is….Andy Lee. You might have caught our review of the SELECT Brillant Super soccer ball …

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Puma Faas 300 Running Shoe

In the past few weeks, you might have spotted the release of the very exuberant Puma Faas range of running shoes. Basically, Puma have created a full range of super charged footwear that is inspired by the fastest country in the world – Jamaica. Ever since I spotted the advertising …

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Select Brillant Super Ball Review

Select Brilliant Super

Continuing along our line of soccer ball reviews comes the SELECT Brillant Super, a ball designed for the very top level of the game. Already in use as the official ball of the Danish league and national team, SELECT have been gaining plenty of momentum in recent times and this …

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Nike CTR360 Maestri II in Metallic Gold Released

Even after a week of new releases, Nike are not letting us forget about their hottest range at the moment by dropping this Metallic Gold Star/White/Black version of the CTR360 Maestri II. It has been a while since we have seen any Nike release in a Gold color, so this …

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Mizuno Morelia Boot Review

Before starting this review, I want to pay full respect to those affected by the recent earthquake, Tsunami and current nuclear issues in Japan – you are in our thoughts and prayers. The lives of those affected is far more important than any website or soccer cleat review, and I …

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Nike Mercurial Vapor VII Released

Right in time for all the end of season drama, Nike have released the new Mercurial Vapor VII. There are two official colorway for this release, with this post focusing on the Plum Red/White/Neon rather than the Photo Blue. Again, Nike have placed a strong emphasis on the visual characteristics …

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Nike Mercurial Glide II Released in Photo Blue

Liking this latest release in the very affordable Nike Mercurial Glide range. It is actually the Glide II and takes over from the very popular/effective original Glide series. For those players that can’t splash the cash on the Vapor VI or Superfly II, the Glide is the next best option. …

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Nike Mercurial Superfly III Released

Nike are setting the tone for the end of season drama we are going to see in the coming weeks with the release of the new Nike Mercurial Superfly III. The initial rollout of the range comes in two colorways; a Plum Red and a Photo Blue. I am choosing …

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Nike CTR360 Maestri II Featuring Tour Yellow

In my opinion, this latest Nike CTR360 Maestri II release is one of the more absorbing looking cleats we have seen in recent times! It is not often we see the color yellow used, and it leaves me with mixed emotions about this release. Its not the best release we …

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Nike T90 Laser III in White/Black/Chlorine Blue Released

These are one of the last colorway releases we will see in the Nike T90 Laser III range, but in my opinion Nike have saved the best for last! The White/Black/Chlorine Blue colorway combo works out real well and has a sharp crisp look matched with something we haven’t see …

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