Category Archives: Football Shoes

adidas ACE 17+ Purecontrol “Red/Core Black/White”

You like laces, right? Yeah, well have you ever considered not liking them? Adidas kicked off 2016 by asking us that exact question with the ACE 16+ Purecontrol, and as they prepare to pull their first punches of 2017 the

Laced Up: adidas X15+ Primeknit Review

A brand never keeps their best innovations away from the football world for long. Primeknit has made its way onto adidas’ latest toys, so the question now is whether or not the X15+ brings more ‘Chaos’ to the party. We

adidas Unveil ‘Laceless’ Technology

Ready for these joints? Taking 2016 by the horns, adidas have unveiled their first foray into laceless technology with a prototype ACE model that’s ready to change the game. #mindblown adidas are making some serious noise. Kicking their boot game

Nike Mercurial Superfly IV “Canvas/Volt”

Leading the Tech Craft craze followed by a feisty charge of volt & canvas is the Mercurial Superfly IV. Layered with leather Nike merge innovation with tradition to create a sense of versatility to their showpiece silo. When Nike unveiled

Nike Magista Obra “Canvas/Volt”

The Magista has stood strong and accepted every eccentric bucket of paint poured over it since its release ahead of the 2014 World Cup but the new Tech Craft combo is arguably the most daring yet. The launch of the

Nike Hypervenom II “Canvas/Volt”

If the previous Hypervenom Tech Craft colourway was reserved and polite the new “Canvas/Volt” edition is lairy and damn right rude. It’s by no means a crowd pleaser and it had absolutely no intention of being one. Take it or

Nike Tiempo Premier “Metallic/Blue Sapphire”

Taking it back eight years Nike re-visit the Air Legend for the oldest throwback in the new Tiempo Premier Legend Collection. An era where Ronaldinho was king, Manchester United had just signed a wonderkid called Anderson and Roque Santa Cruz

adidas MESSI 15.1 “Black/Solar Green/Red”

The Messi Movement shifts another gear as adidas release the latest signature drop of the series to coincide with his return from injury. Another year, another endless list of Messi achievements. League and cup titles, Champions League and Super Cup

Umbro Velocita ‘Tri-Mess’

Like an unquestionable haul of trophies or an attacking defence splitting trio, glory in the game quite often comes in threes. Keeping the ball moving at pace. In celebrating three glorious elements of attacking football, Umbro have dropped the latest

Laced Up: Umbro UX 2.0 Review

Looking to bring back the glory days Umbro have kicked off the new season with a versatile boot collection equipped to compete with the best. The Velocita marked a new era for the brand and the Speciali Eternal pleased every