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A First Hand Look at What Adidas Has Done With the 11Pro

11pro Tongue

We might be well into testing the Adidas 11pro (with a review to come real soon) but we still wanted to bring you our firsthand unboxing in order to give you a quick intro to what the latest release is all about. I’m going to let the video below do all …

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The Next Generation Puma King II Arrives!

Puma King II

Puma is back with a slightly modified version of their classic King range, coming in an introductory Majolica Blue colorway and simply name the “King II“. When we were introduced to the pretty bold Camo King release a few weeks back, it was clear that Puma were building off the framework …

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Adidas Release Copa Mundial “Black/White Pack”

Copa Mundial Whiteout

It is one of those days where adidas blow the mind by releasing a bulk selection of boots in fresh new colorways. This time around, it is all about Blackout and Whiteout boots, and the ranges that have been focused upon are the Predator Instinct and Copa. Here, we take …

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Guide to Top Boot Options For Experienced Players

White adidas Copa Mundial

There is a wide range of more experienced players out there who find it a little more challenging to find the right type and style of boot in today’s wildly visual market. Things are not as simple as they were a decade ago, when players simply needed to flip through …

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The Exclusive Puma King By Alexander McQueen

PUMA King by Alexander McQueen

It is no secret that the folks at PUMA have a keen eye for creating absolutely unique and unusual boots in all shapes and forms. The latest comes in the form of the PUMA King by Alexander McQueen, the collaborative pair celebrating the process of design and manufacture as well as …

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Cleatology – The Original Nike Tiempo Premier

Nike Classic - Tiempo Premier

A boot that hasn’t received much attention other than a World Cup upgrade of late is the Nike Premier. Given the fact it performs so well and offers one of the best economical options on the market, it makes you wonder why that is. It is the type of boot …

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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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“Traditional” Nike Tiempo Legend V Released

Nike Tiempo V Black

It was only a matter of time – Nike has released a more traditional colorway in the recently released Nike Tiempo Legend V series. It comes in a Black/White/White colorway, with a sort of dual color effect. Most of the boot comes in that classic black color, but in an …

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Introducing the Nike Tiempo Legend V

With 2 and a half years of extensive research behind it, Nike has finally revealed it latest boot masterpiece – the Tiempo Legend V. For weeks, people have been asking when the new silo would finally be unleashed, and having seen the release colorway used in games across Europe this …

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Mizuno Morelia “Made in Japan” – Boot review

Mizuno Morelia MIJ SG

The Mizuno Morelia is my favourite football boot of all time, in my opinion they are the ultimate football boot offering supreme comfort, touch on the ball and are as durable as boots come. I really didn’t think I could like a boot more but I have been told the …

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Diadora Brasil Classic – Boot Review

Finally readily available in North America, the Diadora Brasil Classic is designed to be a top competitor to the Adidas Copa Mundial.  Just by looking at them, you can tell that they are a heritage boot. They have the good old conical stud pattern and the long tongue. And considering …

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Puma King 2013 Review

Puma King 2013 Review

When it comes a boot with class and a reputable history, the Puma King series has always been a leader. Well, that was until they announced the range would be transitioning from a K-leather to a calf-skin leather. Fans were up in arms! That change might be drastic, but performance …

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Ryal Europa: The Review

Ryal Europa featured

Italian, hand made, high quality kangaroo leather picked from Tuscan tanneries were some of the features that got me excited about reviewing the Ryal Europa. I’m a big fan of heritage leather football boots and was eager to find out if there was much difference between the standard machine made …

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Adidas Copa Mundial Samba Collection

Copa Samba Collection featured

Released in 1979 and specifically designed for the 1982 FIFA World Cup, the aptly named Adidas Copa Mundial has done much more than survive over the last 34 years. The Copa has aged magnificently and has been subject to only a few minor changes throughout it’s reign as the best …

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