Following on from the recent rerelease of the iconic Wave Cup Legend, Mizuno have given the people what they want. Yes, the Morelia, Morelia Neo, and the Rebula, have all been decked out in colour schemes inspired by the classic blue and white boot worn by Rivaldo at the 2002 World Cup. Scroll down to check out three of the classiest football boots released this year.Read Article
adidas Initiator PackHot on the heels of last week’s big Copa 19 reveal, adidas today unveil the full Initiator Pack lineup, featuring a diverse range of new colourways for the Predator, X, Nemeziz, and Nemeziz Messi. It’s another debut too: the Pred featured here is the new Predator 19, which boasts a few nice additions over the 18. Scroll down for the key details on all five boots.Read Article
Nike Always Forward Wave 2
And we continue. Following on from last month’s collection that pitted the speed of the Mercurial against the precision of the Phantom, Hypervenom, and Tiempo, Nike’s Always Forward Pack returns today with a fresh drop of brand new colourways.
This time round though, it’s a straight up one-v-one, as the Mercurial and Phantom VSN go head-to-head. Now it’s the Mercurial’s turn to be decked out in that stunning Racer Blue/Metallic Silver that we saw on the Phantom in the first wave of this pack, complete with an eye-catching block silver Swoosh and a very premium-looking execution of the Mercurial’s new “M” logo on the heel. On the FG boot, a silver split-claw soleplate adds extra bling.
Anti-Clog for all. Nike Always Forward Pack
When Nike first unveiled Anti-Clog technology back in 2016, we were a little bit taken aback. It’s one of those concepts that you don’t quite believe will actually work until you seen it in action. It most definitely does though – anyone who’s tried an AC boot on a Sunday morning will attest to the difference it makes when you’re up against cloggers on a wet, muddy pitch.
Until the Anti-Clog version of the Premier II was released last year though, it was out of reach for many, available only at the Elite tier of Nike’s four main silos. A shame, really, given that the players who really need it – those playing on sub-par pitches at grassroots level – might not usually buy the top-line boots.
That’s all changed though with the release of the Always Forward Pack, as Anti-Clog makes its first appearance at the more affordable Academy price point. For now, it’s only available on the Academy-tier Phantom VSN and Tiempo, both of which are exclusive to Pro:Direct and Nike.
Nike Premier 2.0 Navy
No nonsense. No fuss. No drama. The Nike Premier 2.0 launches a Navy colour up as part of the Always Forward collection.
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