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Football Boot Reviews

ASICS X-Fly Pro 2 Review: Peak K-Leather

ASICS has had quite a mixed experience in the football space. They're more known for their running shoes, which tells me that they understand...

Puma Ultra Ultimate (2023) Review: Much more narrow

"Wait, didn't we just review the Puma Ultra Ultimate not too long ago?" That was my reaction when the big cat dropped a pair...

ASICS DS Light X Fly 5 Review: Perfectly Balanced

The leather boot for everyone. In most parts of the world, ASICS is associated with their excellent running and track and field expertise. Though, back in...

Umbro Tocco 3 Review: Solid boot but lacks an X-factor 

The Umbro Tocco 3 changes up its upper to mixed results.  Like every other 90s kid, we’ve got extremely fond memories of the Umbro brand.   I...

Puma King Ultimate Review: Better, but not yet a true King

The Puma King Ultimate is an excellent boot but is unsure of its place in the Puma line up The weight of a famous family...

Puma Future Ultimate Review: Simply remarkable

Another stellar addition to the Puma Future line If there's one silo we've covered extensively on this website more than any other, it's the Puma...

adidas Predator Accuracy.1 L Review: The Predator is finally back

The Predator Accuracy embodies the essence of a Predator There are few topics that generate as much discourse in the football boot world than...

Nike Phantom GX Review: Needs more grip

A milder Nike PhantomVSN I've always thought the Nike PhantomVSN was one of Nike's underrated great innovations. Quadfit provided comfort and amazing fit. I loved...

Mizuno Alpha MiJ Review: The King of Speed

The speed boot category just found its new king Some concepts sound so disastrous that you expect failure even before launch. Rafa Benitez at Everton....

adidas Copa Pure .1 Review: A Solid Improvement

A leather boot that finally appeals to the masses adidas has had a big challenge in recent years with their leather boot line - the...

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