Best Football Boots for Narrow Feet

Slim pickings for narrow feet? Not quite.

Article updated as of 01 August 2023

If there’s one interesting yet subtle shift in the football boot industry that has gone almost entirely un-noticed, it’s that football boots in general have been getting wider, or at least more accommodating. Almost all modern boots would fit most moderate to wide footed players fairly comfortably. Even speed boots, which typically skew more narrow to give a sleeker and speedier look, trend towards a more forgiving fit these days.

This also means that if you’re one of those with “Mercurial feet” (i.e a nickname we used to give our blessed slim footed friends who could wear the Mercurial Vapor 3 true to size), you could find yourself having a little too much space in most boots on the market today. Fret not, your friendly bootheads are here to share our top football boots best suited for players with narrow feet.

Puma Ultra Ultimate

Having established a fairly wide and accommodating fit with the Puma Ultra 1.1 and 1.2 that surprised everyone, the Puma Ultra 1.3 is a lot slimmer and structured. The current version, the Puma Ultra 1.4 is a cosmetic update with a reduced volume toebox, making it even narrower and slimmer in profile.

Featuring their MATRYXEVO woven upper that’s now reinforced with a brand new SPEEDCAGE, and floating on the scales at a mere 159g, the Puma Ultra 1.4 is the lightest speed boot today. With such a paper thin upper though, you feel every touch of the ball and yes… those narrow feet of yours better be fast.

Puma King Ultimate

While leather boots are known to be wide and accommodating, the new Puma King Ultimate embraces a sleeker, speed boot-inspired silhouette.

Its slim construction, complemented by a knit tongue design, delivers a good amount of compression for a close fit without feeling overly restrictive. Having a central lacing system further enhances the ability to attain an even tighter wrap, making it an ideal choice for players with narrower foot profiles.

The Puma King Ultimate feels like a dream for those who love a classic, tight speed boot feel with the comfort of leather.

Nike Phantom GX

To begin with, you’ll need narrow feet just to be able to put on the Nike Phantom GX.

Built with two thin knitted layers, the inner compression sock of the Phantom GX keeps your feet securely wrapped and well supported during sharp changes in direction, while the outer knitted layer offers a clean striking zone allowing for precise and controlled contact with the ball.

Additionally, the slight waxy sensation of the outer layer adds a touch of friction during contact, enhancing your grip on the ball and providing better control.

Mizuno Alpha MiJ

Mizuno’s newest speed boot iteration, the Mizuno Alpha, has been an exciting and fresh addition for players ever since its launch.

Recognized for its lightweight nature (at only 190g, US 9), the Alpha is one of the market’s lightest speed boots, sporting an exceptionally thin and flexible synthetic upper, all housed within a sleek and slim design.

Embracing a traditional tongue construction with a deep lacing system, the Alpha achieves a very versatile and customized fit that cater to not just slim feet but those with moderate width too.

Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Japan

While the Japanese brand has two versions of the Morelia Neo 3, we’ve gone for the Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Japan for a simple reason, a two-piece upper means a better wrap around your foot. Do go half or even a full size down from your normal fit though, as the Morelia Neo 3 Japan has a roomier toebox.

Performance wise, the Morelia Neo 3 Japan is arguably the most comfortable speed boot on the market today, thanks to its super soft k-leather upper that molds to your feet in no time, whilst providing a nicely balanced touch. Don’t let the conical studs fool you, the tooling provides excellent grip on both FG and AG, giving a nice bite when pushing off for a goal scoring sprint.

We hope you enjoyed our article on the Best Football Boots for Narrow Feet. Did we miss anything here? Let us know which football boots should make the list in the comments below.

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