Football Boots

The choice of football boot is an important moment for any football player.

Which football boot to choose? There are many factors to consider: the grass or the ground you play on, your physical and technical characteristics and obviously also the price.

The first question to ask is "which ground do you play on?" Hard or soft grass or synthetic grass? FG (firm ground) is a flat sole ideal for hard grass pitches. For artificial grass we will choose the AG sole plate. There are some of its mixes, such as FG-AG which is valid for both terrains. On soft grass pitches we will aim for the SG (soft ground), with conical iron studs, perfect for having the best traction on rough terrain.

The second question relates to the characteristics of the foot, i.e. narrow, medium or wide sole. Nike Mercurial, adidas X Speedportal or Puma Ultra are ideal for a narrow plant and for very fast players. If you have a medium plant, better aim for Nike Phantom and adidas Predator or Puma Future, suitable for players who focus on ball control. If it has a wide plant and you are looking for a comfortable shoe, you are interested in the Nike Tiempo or the adidas Copa, because being in leather they adapt better to the shape of the foot.

Remaining on the characteristics of your foot, this can have a high collar or a low collar. For high collar, choose to choose a shoe without a sock (collar). For those with more tapered feet, they can freely choose with or without a collar.

As for the price point, each brand has its own classification.

Nike divides the price points into Elite and Pro (for professional players), Academy (for amateurs) and Club (for amateurs). There are several differences between the more expensive models (Elite, Pro) and the less expensive ones (Academy, Club); read more on the Nike page.

Adidas offers the most entry-level shoes with the suffix .3 and .2, while shoes for professionals with the suffix .1 or +.

Puma has recently introduced the Ultimate Pro (for professional players), Match (for amateurs) and Play (for amateurs) nomenclature; the difference with the numbers is still present, with the entry levels with the suffix .4 and .3 and the professional ones with the suffix .2 and .1.

The technological differences between the entry level and professional groups are significant: if you play football as a professional or frequent technology, much more a high price point to take full advantage of all the professional shoes.

On this page, you will find all those soccer shoes on the market from natural leather to ultralight and synthetic, to slip-on shoes with socks, for men, women and children, with all types of soles and ranges available.

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