Start the season right with a new pair of cleats!
None of the three major companies, adidas, Nike, and Puma were wasting time and already released their main collections of shoes ahead of the busy season. Picking the right footwear can get pretty overwhelming, that’s why we’ve made a simple overview of the most popular models to help you get the perfect pair!
New Mercurials received a speed boost in a form of the brand new football-specific Zoom Air technology. For the first time, Nike has implemented their famous cushioning system into a football cleat. Using pressurized air, Zoom Air absorbs impact, adds a nice little rebound to your step, and helps you to be faster than ever.
Vaporposite+ is the updated version of the cleats’ upper. This grippy mesh, specifically designed for Mercurials, wraps around your foot and provides great control of the ball. Nike Zoom Mercurial are the perfect cleats for fast-paced strikers or anyone who wants to have excellent control at high speeds.
Nike Phantom GT2 sports a fresh new design with raised patterning. With passing and shooting kept in mind, the grippy texture of the upper ensures that you get a clean strike with or without spin. Phantoms are a great choice if you like the barefoot feel on the pitch.
The ones that prefer the old-school leather boot will turn their attention to the new Nike Tiempo Legend 9. Going back to its roots Nike has really simplified the new model of Tiempo, compared to its predecessor Nike Tiempo Legend 8. Making leather the main act again, It is nearly perfect for anyone seeking a leather football boot.
This Rick and Morty-inspired boot is all about speed. With an updated Speedframe 2.0 for better traction, Speedskin 2.0 for a lightweight structure, and improved contact with the ball, it caters to players that look for an extremely light boot and positions where speed matters the most.
It is clear at first glance that Adidas Predator Edge is inspired by the old Predators from a couple of years ago. Being a bit more sturdy than most football boots nowadays, it is surprisingly a good choice for defenders. On the other hand, the famous grippy Zone Skin material makes it the ideal boot for long-shot takers and power strikers.
Copa Sense is a great pair for anyone who's looking for a boot with both leather and synthetic materials. Packing an excellently comfortable leather at the forefoot with additional padding and foam underneath for seamless touch and closer feel on the ball, synthetics at the midfoot area to make it lighter and Sensepods at the back to fill in the gaps at the heel area for the perfect fit, Copa Sense is a great all-rounder, no matter what position you play.
Puma has been seeing quite a revival when it comes to football gear, bringing exciting innovations to the game and lately making one of the best football boots on the market. Their most recent collection, Puma Fastest Pack, features two lines, FUTURE and ULTRA.
Puma FUTURE 1.4 is definitely one of the most unique boots we've seen. Its compression band technology called FUZIONFIT+ wraps around your foot tightly, ensuring you are well locked in when sprinting and turning, even if you decide to use them without laces. Advanced creator zones on the forefoot area make it much easier to control the ball and striking the ball feels more comfortable and satisfying than with the previous models. Worn by PSG's star Neymar, Puma FUTURE 1.4 are the perfect boots for a creative player.
The new Puma ULTRA Ultimate is the lightest football boot on the market weighing only 160 grams. Focused mainly on speed, it uses a new SPEEDPLATE outsole for next-level traction and ULTRAWEAVE fabric upper to reduce the weight while keeping its durability. If you're looking for comfortable boots that are as light as possible, Puma ULTRA Ultimate might be for you.
Picking the right boots could be crucial for your comfort on the pitch and the desired feel on the ball. Did we help you to choose? Check out our store to see all the collections and perhaps even the ones that we didn't mention!