While the miCoach adiZero was the most talked about boot of the weekend, there was still loads of decent spots out there this week! Soccer Reviews compiled the best spots to make our boot spotting article the only thing that makes your Monday bearable.
Joao Pereira (Portugal) – Puma V1.11
Steve Morrison (Wales) – Puma PowerCat 1.12
Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory) – Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly III
Jaime Robles (Bolivia) – adidas Copa Mundial
The Copa Mundials are an absolute classic, and it’s easy to understand why Robles has fallen for arguably the best boot of all time (well, it’s been around for over 25 years). But what caught our eye was Robles putting Sellotape over his laces. While it’s probably a way of making sure his laces don’t become untied, I wonder if this would affect his kicking at all…
Tarmo Kirk (Estonia) – Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly I
Josley Prince (Dominica) – adidas Predator PowerSwerve
Phil Jones (England) – Puma PowerCat 1.12
Hamis Kiiza (Uganda) – Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III
Sohib Savankulov (Tajikistan) – Puma V1.06
Lucas Barrios (Paraguay) – Puma V1.11 (Womens)
Loic Remy (France) – Puma V1.08
That’s it for this week’s boot spotting. What was your favourite spot from this weekend’s action? Share your thoughts in the comments below.